Species interaction data tells us a lot about how organisms interact within an ecosystem.
The goal of this is to give you (yes you!) easy access to species interaction data and inspire other meaningful uses of the rich data sets that are readily available.
If you are interested in building your own visualization based on interaction data, you might want to:
checkout the examples in the
examples/ directory, and/or,
improve this library by becoming a contributor to this project, and/or,
use the GloBI REST services directly, and/or,
If you'd like the standalone version (including d3), please use globi-dist.js, otherwise, simply include the npm module
globi module in your project.
Below is an example snippet on how to render the interaction graph widget. You can find the full example in bipartite-graph.html. The examples have been tested in Firefox.
Another example, a species interaction browser should look something like:
To test, run
testling in the root directory of this project.
Feedback is much appreciated! Please open a new issue to share you ideas or . . . become a contributor . . .