Svg to svg url networks

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Sat, November 22, 2009 7:46 am Andrej and Doug: URLs embedded in SVG by Pajek Export

The Pajek *.net file nodes with urls must have {ellipse, box, etc} URL "http://..." and all other nodes must have coordinates followed by the {ellipse, box, etc} codes for this to work. The svg can be read directly by FIREFOX.

Sun, November 8, 2009 7:10 am Doug: Embedded images in SVG

http://tech-lense.blogspot.com/2007/05/convert-embedded-images-into-base64-in.html

Wed, November 5, 2009 8:33 am Doug: Easy Thumbnails

"Easy Thumbnails is a handy freeware utility for creating accurate thumbnail images and scaled-down/up copies from a wide range of popular picture formats. An elegant interface makes it a snap to find your images and select them for processing individually, in groups, or in whole folders, using a simple file selector and built-in image viewer. You can use slider controls to rotate images and adjust their contrast, brightness, sharpness and quality, and check out the results with a convenient built-in viewer."
"Thumbnails can be created in any existing folder or a new folder, and you can identify them clearly by adding a prefix or suffix to their titles. If you're an image-processing enthusiast, you'll enjoy having a choice of nine resampling algorithms for the best possible results. You can convert small batches of images inside Windows Explorer from the File menu or with a right-click of the mouse, display thumbnails in your browser, and even take advantage of command-line switches to generate thumbnails seamlessly from other programs. You can also save your thumbnails to a Web page using a HTML template that you can easily customize to create your own layouts, and there's helpful documentation that includes full instructions and some useful tips."
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Comment

What I like is that a whole file of images are converted in a minute.

Wed, November 4, 2009 6:33 pm Doug: Other Thumbnail software

Tue, November 3, 2009 11:03 am

From: "scott w" <scottblanc@gmail.com>

thumbshots.com -- this is a site that can give you thumbnail images of any url. It requires some programming to integrate.

Mon, November 2, 2009 3:11 pm Doug

The one element I need in Pajek to make the multilevel network idea work as I would like is this:

There needs to be a new type of node, call it generically an i-node
ibox
iellipse
ietc

each with a minimum size for the url-node (box, ellipse, whatever) to contain a small image, and the node will have your usual url, but some code is needed that looks at the image in the webpage that the url points to and makes a thumbnail with the appropriate shape and relative x-y dimension (e.g. box or ellipse so wide and so high), call it a cookie cutter, that creates a small, say png, image cut out of that next web page.

Then the home webpage has a network of your normal nodes, each with a url link, and i-nodes with a sufficient x,y dimension for a thumbnail image of the webpage that it opens to.

The key to these i-nodes is that each knows when the last cookie cutter thumbnail was made from the site it links to and whether it is up to date with the last update of that webpage.

p.s. I had said: Ok, I had forgotten about the <ctrl> click -- so then its iterative, and all I have to do is to go from svg to svg -- my only question is whether to do this through the layers of htmls that hold the svgs whether to do it directly through svg to svg since iexplorer now reads svgs directly.

its mozilla firefox actually that reads svg directly

Mon, November 2, 2009 1:48 pm Doug

Ok, I had forgotten about the <ctrl click -- so then its iterative, and all I have to do is to go from svg to svg -- my only question is whether to do this through the layers of htmls that hold the svgs whether to do it directly through svg to svg since iexplorer now reads svgs directly.

Mon, November 2, 2009 12:58 pm Andrej

Hello!

 URL.net I sent has only 4 vertices:
 *Vertices      4
       1 "Andrej"   0.1201    0.2849    0.5000   ellipse URL
 "http://mrvar.fdv.uni-lj.si"
       2 "Vlado"    0.8188    0.2458    0.5000   box URL
 "http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si"
       3 "Pajek"    0.3688    0.7792    0.5000   diamond URL
 "http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/pajek"
       4 "Book"     0.8359    0.8333    0.5000   triangle URL
 "http://www.cambridge.org/uk/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521602629"
 

If <Ctrl + <RightMouseButton does not open the Internet Browser, then first locate Internet Explorer or another browser you are using in Tools/WebBrowser.

It should work also if you export it to SVG (left mouse click).

Andrej

Mon, November 2, 2009 12:38 pm Doug

Ok - my sept 09 pajek doesnt open the url's neither in the 5 or 12 node url.net. How are they activated?

nice simple format tho...

Mon, November 2, 2009 12:29 pm Andrej

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Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: We talked about multilevel networks last february]
From:    "Andrej Mrvar" <andrej.mrvar@fdv.uni-lj.si
Date:    Mon, November 2, 2009 12:29 pm
To:      Douglas.White@uci.edu
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Sorry. Here it is again attached.

Best.

Andrej

>In Pajek clicks are already used for some purposes, e.g. Ctrl+Right Mouse button, opens the
>site defined in URL of corresponding network. See attached url.net.

Mon, November 2, 2009 12:20 pm Doug

I Would like to see your example but its not attached. 

Mon, November 2, 2009 6:00 am Andrej

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Hello!

> Are you interested in pursuing that possibility, i.e., clickable nodes in
> Pajek that open to other networks? Perhaps a jump within the *.paj file

In Pajek clicks are already used for some purposes, e.g. Ctrl+Right Mouse button, opens the site defined in URL of corresponding network. See attached url.net.

Sun, November 1, 2009 12:24 pm Doug

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Are you interested in pursuing that possibility, i.e., clickable nodes in Pajek that open to other networks? Perhaps a jump within the *.paj file

Doug White
http://intersci.ss.uci.edu/wiki/index.php/DW_home