Oh wow, I didn't realize CSS (non-rectangular) Shapes are now quite well supported across browsers! https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/CSS_Shapes
@wholesomedonut Yes. I really like its expansiveness. It won't feel so overwhelming when these represent real-life skills. We can apply progressive enhancement so, for example, only when you start to explore a field like, say, nuclear-science, the map shows how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Building a navigable MAP of human knowledge and skills is LearnAwesome's ultimate objective.
Posted a few tweets about education, life-skills, gamification and how https://learnawesome.org will evolve. Please amplify (comment, RT) so that I can find other like-minded folks: https://twitter.com/nileshtrivedi/status/1360828160493842433
I did find a list here: https://elise-deux.medium.com/the-list-of-graph-visualization-libraries-7a7b89aab6a6
@PawelK If it's Khan Academy you're talking about, they have long since taken down their knowledge map browser. :-)
@firstname.lastname@example.org No, not geo-based. See https://wiki.polyfra.me/ which shows a map of Wikipedia articles. I need just a graph laid out on a 2D plane, but need to show edges too.
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