Research data supporting “Hybrid Sankey diagrams: visual analysis of multidimensional data for understanding resource use”
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Lupton, R., & Allwood, J. M. (2016). Research data supporting “Hybrid Sankey diagrams: visual analysis of multidimensional data for understanding resource use” [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.6038
This data includes two example databases from the paper "Hybrid Sankey diagrams: visual analysis of multidimensional data for understanding resource use": the made-up fruit flows, and real global steel flow data from Cullen et al. (2012). It also includes the Sankey Diagram Definitions to reproduce the diagrams in the paper. The code to reproduce the figures is written in Python in the form of Jupyter notebooks. A conda environment file is included to easily set up the necessary Python packages to run the notebooks. All files are included in the "examples.zip" file. The notebook files are also uploaded standalone so they can be linked to nbviewer.
Python Jupyter notebook (http://jupyter.org) sankeyview (https://github.com/ricklupton/sankeyview) Instructions for setting up a Conda environment with the required software are included in the zip file.
Sankey diagram, flow data, visualisation, Material Flow Analysis, steel
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.6038
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