User:Alexander Roidl/graphvis

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Graphviz Cover

With the Graphvis Software, Angeliki and me collected tags and connected them via the software.

graph printed on scarf

Thisfile.jpg


The markup of graphviz looks like the following:

digraph Reader {
#node [shape=box];
graph [	fontname = "PinyonScript",
		fontsize = 20,
		label = "\n\n\n\nObject Oriented Graphs\nStephen North, 3/19/93",
		size = "20,20",
		ratio=fill,
		splines=curved,
		overlap=false,
splines = true];
node [fontname = "PinyonScript", fontsize=20, shape=none, margin="0.02",overlap=false];
"Reader 4" -> "book digitization";
"Reader 4" -> "libraries";
"Reader 4" -> "universal library";
"Reader 4" -> "google books";
"Reader 4" -> "knowledge production";
"Reader 4" -> "archive politics";
"Reader 4" -> "situated knowledges";
"Reader 4" -> "semantics";
"Reader 4" -> "bias";
"Reader 4" -> "database";
"Reader 4" -> "women authors";
"Reader 4" -> "women in technology";
"Reader 4" -> "patriarchy";
"Reader 4" -> "feminism";
"Reader 4" -> "tactical media";
"Reader 4" -> "seamlessness";
"Reader 4" -> "literature";
"Reader 6" -> "orality";
"Reader 6" -> "situated knowledges";
"Reader 6" -> "bias";
"Reader 6" -> "algorithm";
"Reader 6" -> "women authors";
"Reader 6" -> "women in technology";
"Reader 6" -> "knowledge production";
"Reader 6" -> "master/slave";
"Reader 6" -> "weaving";
"Reader 6" -> "big data";
"Reader 6" -> "literature";
"Reader 6" -> "women jobs";
"Reader 1" -> "weaving";
"Reader 1" -> "women in technology";
"Reader 1" -> "feminism";
"Reader 1" -> "technofeminism";
"Reader 1" -> "cyberfeminism";
"Reader 1" -> "xenofeminism";
"Reader 1" -> "manifesto";
"Reader 1" -> "cyborgs";
"Reader 5" -> "feminism";
"Reader 5" -> "narrative";
"Reader 5" -> "database";
"Reader 5" -> "censorship";
"Reader 5" -> "algorithm";
"Reader 5" -> "book digitization";
"Reader 5" -> "big data";
"Reader 5" -> "situated knowledges";
"Reader 5" -> "scanning";
"Reader 5" -> "classification";
"Reader 5" -> "bias";
"Reader 2" -> "feminism";
"Reader 2" -> "libraries";
"Reader 2" -> "librarians";
"Reader 2" -> "classification";
"Reader 2" -> "archive politics";
"Reader 2" -> "trait theory";
"Reader 2" -> "women jobs";
"Reader 2" -> "algorithm";
"Reader 3" -> "piracy";
"Reader 3" -> "scanning";
"Reader 1" -> "scanning";
"Reader 2" -> "scanning";
"Reader 4" -> "scanning";
"Reader 6" -> "scanning";
"Reader 3" -> "librarians";
"Reader 3" -> "open access";
"Reader 3" -> "tactical media";
"Reader 3" -> "manifesto";
"Reader 3" -> "anonymous";
"Reader 3" -> "russian shadow library";
"Reader 3" -> "copyright";
"Reader 3" -> "censorship";
"Reader 3" -> "Soviet";
"Reader 3" -> "scientific";
"Reader 3" -> "libraries";
"Reader 3" -> "feminism";
overlap=false
label="
Reflections on Book Scanning: 
A Feminist Reader"
fontsize=34
margin="1";
}