Impacts graph on Neuronvisio repo

Lately, github has rolled out a series of graphs to visualize the commit through the time.

An interesting one is the impact graph. This is when everything started

Neuronvisio_impact_start

Neuronvisio started as one man band project, actually as a spin-off of my PhD, when I realized that I was building something that was missing and that could be useful for other people as well. So I just detached the neuronvisio code in is own package, and released online. With time, Neuronvisio started to get some users, and people actually wrote enthusiastically on the ML about it. I was proud. Last August/September Uri decided to contribute to the software, to increase the features of it, in particular to plug it with ModelDB, making easy to browse the database, and to download and load a model directly with one button. I helped on the GUI part, while he took care of the ModelDB representation.

This is the graph of his impact on the software, at later stage.

I really enjoyed the Pull request method, and I have to say that github made the collaboration very easy and nice.It was good fun and I’m looking forward to other contributions.

The new features are not yet released (we’ll do in a bit of time), however if you can’t wait, you can grab the code from github master and give it a go!

 

 

 

1 Comment

  1. If you like to see a nice representation of the commits, you can play with gource http://code.google.com/p/gource/

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