The Multi-View Framework is a software component, which offers functionality to combine various visual representations of one or more data sets in a coordinated fashion. Software components offering visualization capabilities can be included in such a network, as well as software components offering other functionality, such as statistical analysis. Multi-display scenarios can be addressed by the framework as coordination information can be distributed over network between view instances running on distributed machines.
The framework is composed of three libraries: nett, nett-python and nett-connect. nett implements a light-weight underlying messaging layer enabling the communication between views, whereas nett-python implements a python binding for nett, which enables the integration of python-based software components into a multi-view setup. nett-connect adds additional functionality to this basic communication layer, which enables non-experts to create multi-view setups according to their specific needs and workflows.
|Date of release||2017|
|Version of software||N/A|
|Version of documentation||N/A|
|Software available||Please contact the developers|
|Responsible||U Trier: Weyers, Benjamin (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
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