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Source code visualization utility written in JavaScript with d3.js. Does your code look beautiful?
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CodeFlower

This experiment visualizes source repositories using an interactive tree. Each disc represents a file, with a radius proportional to the number of lines of code (loc). All rendering is done client-side, in JavaScript. Built with d3.js, inspired by Code Swarm and Gource, published with the MIT open-source license.

Interact with CodeFlowers, see examples, and build your own at http://fzaninotto.github.com/CodeFlower.

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You might also like DependencyWheel, another d3.js visualization for indirect dependencies in software packages.

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