I’ve been using the hierarchical layout but wow the Radial Layout sure is pretty. Seems to be showing some clues to what’s important too which is the whole point of doing this. Cool! yEd, six degrees of wikipedia, my principles of a domain project

I’ve been using the hierarchical layout but wow the Radial Layout sure is pretty. Seems to be showing some clues to what’s important too which is the whole point of doing this. Cool! yEd, six degrees of wikipedia, my principles of a domain project

 

 I’m thoroughly enjoying this process. It’s very practical adding entries this way in yEd and the results help me add new entries as I can wonder “do these connect?” go to my data source, gather a few more connections and refactor it and watch it all change, bringing in more questions.

 

 

 I never heard of it before yet it reminds me of something that fascinated me since high school spanish: English we say “He is x years old”. In Spanish, we say “He has x years”.
As I’m working through, it shows up over and over again.
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