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I have produced a CSV file in the following format:

position number | list of positions it links to | 2nd list of positions it links to | ... | 6th list of positions it links to 

All the items are integers and the lists are of varying size.

The file forms a kind of tree or web (it's a game tree).

I would like to visualise the data as a web or tree.

I can sort the tree according to distance from opening move (another integer), but maybe I won't need to.

I would like it to look something like this:

1
| \
2  4
|\ |\
3,7,5,9
......
....
|/
2000

Any ideas on what software I should use and a few hints?

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you post a few lines of data inline or a link to a full file using gist.github.com, pastebin.com, or the likes $\endgroup$ – Max Hutchinson Aug 6 '13 at 23:50
  • $\begingroup$ Hi there Max, I have put the data in the form of a list of edges and visualised using gelphi. This seemed to work well. $\endgroup$ – WorriedInLondon Aug 7 '13 at 2:41
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You would need to change the output format, but this sort of data (a layered graph) works well with graphviz, specifically dot.

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A guess would be Cytoscape - I haven't used it in anger but I helped someone look into it for something else and what I saw was promising

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