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[web] I need to dynamically create a visualization tree out of a list of objects (asp.net)

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Hey guys. I want something that will do this (you'll see it on the left side): http://thinkbase.cs.auckland.ac.nz/ My problem is that I have a list of, say, different types of dogs. I want one dog to be in the middle of the visualization, and then have a bunch of other dogs that are connected by a spring type of thing. The length of the connection to a dog from the center dog will represent how far away "biologically speaking" a dog is from the center dog. So I'm making an application using asp.net and c# and microsoft visual web developer. I've looked around for asp based libraries that can do the following but I've only come across java-based ones. I'm also not that great at web development so don't know much. Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions

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I've actually done something extremely similar before, with the same bouncy effect and everything.

I found a javascript graph library (this was done last summer so I couldn't tell you which one it was, there are plenty out there), and then used JSP (you can use ASP to do the same) to dynamically create the javascript that creates the graph. The javscript will be injected into the HTML and will create the graph via the interface for your specific javascript graph library. I wish I had the code laying around but thats how I hacked it together, and you don't even need a Java applet.

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