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Exploring Subsets of Tabular Datasets with Calyedo Domino @JKU-ICG
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domino_js Phovea NPM version Build Status Dependency Status

Caleydo Domino is a novel multiform visualization technique for effectively representing subsets and the relationships between them. By providing comprehensive tools to arrange, combine, and extract subsets, Domino allows users to create both common visualization techniques and advanced visualizations tailored to specific use cases.

See the project homepage for further information.

Installation

git clone https://github.com/caleydo/domino_js.git
cd domino_js
npm install

Testing

npm test

Building

npm run build

This repository is part of Phovea, a platform for developing web-based visualization applications. For tutorials, API docs, and more information about the build and deployment process, see the documentation page.