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Hasse diagram in 3D

  1. 1. More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz UAS Wildau – Germany 06.05.2017 Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 1 / 19
  2. 2. Table of Content 1 Who is who? Helmut Hasse PyHasse-Team 2 Development Edition 2.x Web version I (HD2D) Web version II (HD2D + HD3D) 3 PyHasse 3D 4 PyHasse 3D 5 Demo + future Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 2 / 19
  3. 3. Who is who? Mathematiker: Helmut Hasse Helmut Hasse (* 25. August 1898 in Kassel; † 26. Dezember 1979 in Ahrensburg near Hamburg) was a German mathematician working in algebraic number theory, known for fund- amental contributions to class field theory, the application of p-adic numbers to local class field theory and diophantine geometry (Hasse principle), and to local zeta functions. Quelle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helmut_Hasse Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 3 / 19
  4. 4. Developer-Team All active developers (2017) Rainer Bruggemann (Mathematics) Peter Koppatz (Coordination) Valentin Pratz (HD2D-Viewer) Markus Pape (HD3D-Viewer) Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 4 / 19
  5. 5. About the project At the beginning The PyHasse software originates from Dr. Rainer Brüggemann, retired senior scientist from Leibniz - Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries Berlin He started the development of the toolbox »PyHasse«, to use the possibilities of graph theory and its visualisations. The toobox uses the prefix »Py« due to the programming language it is written in: »Python«. It needs: Python 2.6.x Tcl/Tk for the GUI and visualisation What we have learned. . . Prototyping with Python is an easy task. Distributing the software without pip, git, mercurial, . . . is inconvenient. Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 5 / 19
  6. 6. About the Project PyHasse (First browser version) A new version should use a browser as GUI: Python 3.x Client/Server with html generated at the server D3 to render and manipulate 2D Hasse diagrams What we have learned. . . Pep8 and Tests increase the software quality Tests are also documenting the code and therefore the code is better understandable. A consequent separation of models and views was not achieved! Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 6 / 19
  7. 7. About the project PyHasse 3D (Second browser version) Python 3.x Client/Server Vue-Framework UI (front-end) Python (back-end) data exchange realised with JSON D3 for representation of Hasse diagrams in 2D. Blend4Web for representation of Hasse diagrams in 3D. What we have learned. . . 3D diagrams are sexy and fasilitate inspection of results. Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 7 / 19
  8. 8. Why 3D and not only 2D? Hasse diagrams can become complex: Problem! Crossing lines makes it difficult to inspect/interpret the diagrams! Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 8 / 19
  9. 9. Why 3D and not only 2D? Hasse diagrams can become much more complex: Problem! Crossing lines makes it difficult to inspect/interpret the diagrams! Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 9 / 19
  10. 10. Improvements with a 3D-View I New possibilities to navigate: Rotation in all axes Autorotation full screen mode Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 10 / 19
  11. 11. Improveents with a 3D-View II Scalability/annotations Rendering different qualities Additional informations for each object Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 11 / 19
  12. 12. List of wishes The implementation of functionality has just started with the main target of a user friendly navigation system. different camera views walk on the graph select/deselect important/unimportant parts of the graph Dynamically changing input parameters for an what-if analysis (important for stakeholders) (Your ideas/your wishes?) Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 12 / 19
  13. 13. Why is this possible? All used programs are OpenSource: Python 3.x (server) Blender + BPY 3.x (graphics) PyHasse (toolbox) Blend4Web (3D graphics for the web) 3D (2D graphics for the web) JavaScript (language at client side) Vue (GUI-Framework at client side) Mercurial/Bitbucket (code repository) Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 13 / 19
  14. 14. Demo A demo (prototyp) to get the idea: https://hd3d-demo.pyhasse.org Infos about the PyHasse project https://pyhasse.org Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 14 / 19
  15. 15. Questions? Thanks for your attention. An a posteriori remark: The software is still not completely available, tests and documentation are still not finalized. We expect that the new version is ready at the end of this year. . . Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 15 / 19
  16. 16. Sample Blender call Command: call Python script with blend file /absolute/path/to/blender /absolute/path/to/hd3d-viewer.blend - - background -P /absolute/path/to/hd3ddraw.py - - http://server:port/save/hd-data/2 Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 16 / 19
  17. 17. Other projects? PyMove3D (programming Python with and in Blender) https://pymove3d.sudile.com http://pymove3d.pysv.org/python_course B3D101 (Blender for Kids) https://b3d101.org Methopedia (Collections of methods for Teachers) https://methopedia.eu Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 17 / 19
  18. 18. Informations about the project Website https://pyhasse.org Slides https://www.slideshare.net/pyhasse https://pyhasse.org/blog Demo http://hd3d-demo.pyhasse.org Peter Koppatz, Markus Pape, Rainer Bruggemann, Valentin Pratz (UAS Wildau – Germany)More clarity for inspecting Hasse diagrams 06.05.2017 18 / 19

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