Tool: lexicon - collection of data visualization components written in Javascript
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12 months ago by
Belgium
Ibrahim Tanyalcin880 wrote:

Lexicon is a collection of libraries I have written during this year for the Mutaframe project. Each library is adept at displaying a particular data set.

First here is the publication for further reading: IEEE - Computing in Science and Engineering

  • The biggest advantage you have using these modules is that they can be linked/synchronized with each other. Here is a video of how deep the rabbit hole goes.

  • You can have a sequence length of 500 or 500000 rendering performance is quiet resistant to degradation.

  • I have started documenting these libraries and I will update here as I proceed.


library-name for links
LEXICON Main entry repository that enlists all the lexicon micro libraries
·Github
lexicon-rainbow Comparison between an ordinal data set and a linear data set, labeling regions across a linear scale, showing regions, domains, comparing tables etc.
·Github
·npm
·BioJS
·Example
lexicon-distribute Visualization for distributions & heatmaps
·Github
·Example
·Example
·Example
·Example
lexicon-dash Dashboard that can transform between two layouts. Comes with nifty automatic labelings
·Github
·Example
lexicon-seq An extendable sequence visualizer that has performance O(1) ≤ p << O(n) with respect to sequence length
·Github
·Example
·Example
·Example
·Example
·Example


Examples:


lexicon-distribute lexicon-seq lexicon-rainbow amino acids

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