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Best software for visually diagramming a series of martial art strategies?

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Posted by digeratus
Jan 22, 2023 at 03:49 AM

 

Thanks for the thoughts so far!

As to the below question, I think you’re right that the visual rendering would likely be critical in making the result intelligible. Unfortunately, however, I have to say, I’m not entirely clear on what such an image would look like! I think part of it is that I hope such a tool would give me interesting new views of the underlying information that I haven’t yet anticipated and that would be useful. If I really played this out in great detail, I suspect the resultant decision model would be complex… I might not want to see it all at once in all its characteristics. I might want to see certain paths, certain situations, filter on certain attributes… I’m hoping the right software would help me do all this, would even give me ideas that I didn’t have as to how to view this in new ways.

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
This is a very interesting use case!
> >I can understand the technical requirements, but I think that the actual
>visual rendering may be quite important in making the end result
>usefully inteligible.
> >Could you point us to 1-2 examples of an image which you consider
>suitable? It could be from a different thematic area, i.e., non
>martial-arts related.
> >
>digeratus wrote:
>>But I want to be able to have “situations” which can be referred to in
>>multiple places in the diagram… (e.g. he has my sleeve and lapel, and
>>I have his),  since many situations would be reachable via multiple
>>roads. Those shouldn’t need to be duplicated.
>