New Java Visualization: Prefuse

by Tim O'Brien

Smallest Blog entry ever follows: If you are looking for a great visualization library, take a look at Prefuse. It's a visualization library written in Java and licensed under a BSD-style license. It has a rich set of demonstrations, and a helpful Introduction.

9 Comments

Sanmao
2006-05-05 06:06:07
It lacks of Ajax features, other than that it looks pretty good
Tim O'Brien
2006-05-05 07:56:48
re: Sanmao, what an odd comment. You could also say the same thing about Log4J, it also lacks AJAX features, but other than that Log4J also looks pretty good.
Bernhard
2006-05-06 02:43:03
Thx, for the link, I gave it a try:


1. Write XSLT stylesheet to transform jdepend report, and build xml
GraphML which is accepted by prefuse
2. Load the graphml docs into RadialGraphView, and GraphView demo


It really nice to see the dependcy of build targets, and packages.

Paul Browne
2006-05-06 12:34:58
It doesn't use prefuse , but Schema Spy a very good Database Visualisation tool.


Blogpost about it here.

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2006-10-12 01:49:56
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manhooei
2008-02-02 01:40:49
Hi Buddy ,


i am using Prefuse for my visualization but i have problem using it in Netbeans , do you know how can i do it please ?


Thanks A lot
Manhooei

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2008-02-18 08:15:27
some of your links are dead


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