I’m going to make this fit into something readable… I swear. This is the functions of the human brain via the marvelous work done with brede. I love the work they did; they have 3D VRML of where in the actual brains of many people these functions are likely found, but since I’m not going to be sticking pins in anybody’s brain, I just wanted to know a decent official functional layout of brain functions. Not easy to find. I wanted to see it all in one place, all at once. Not easy to find. So, I had to make it myself.
Still too big but I’m working on it. Learning Tulip was a breeze compared to getting XML into something that Icould use, ’cause I hate working with XML. [sorry xml lovers].
[and actually, Tulip IS a breeze. yEd didn’t make any sense to me until I had something decent to feed it (ie -this monster). Most of the large scale graphs I can do are trees and circles and organic looking things. But honestly, I just wanted to be able to -read the labels. and the paths. So I’ll keep trying different ways ’til I get one that has a chance of being zoomable here on G+.