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Ruby Han

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I was referencing the spy documentations and found this (I think it was in one of the spy.assets module). May I know what open source libraries Seeq is using to generate the tree visualization show below? Or was that made from scratch within Seeq?

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Ruby Han

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Hi Ruby,

I'm the author of this particular section of code. Outside of pandas, the library used to keep track of all data in SPy, the visualization function does not use any open source libraries, and the printed tree structure is made from scratch. I found that most available tree visualization libraries were either too specific or too general in their intended use, and it was simpler to write this from scratch.

If you are looking to write something similar for your own purposes, I found this Stack Overflow thread describing how to do an equivalent thing in the context of file trees.



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