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Images on a quad graph

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# GraphMap Organizing the images of the world

GraphMap is a way to organize image in a spatial 2D layout. It is a directed cyclic graph where every node has either 0 or 4 edges. Each node may or may not have an image on them. One can imagine this as a quad tree, and you are looking from the top. Except that any image from the child takes higher priority than parent. If a node doesn’t have an image it is invisible.

### Features - The created graph is immutable. New nodes can be added but old ones cannot be modified. - Functional approach is used, GraphMap class returns a Result value and does not throw exception.

### Inspiration - [Deep Zoom Images]( for viewing the images - Inspired by my [blog article]( - XKCD comic on deep zoom [xkdcd1110]( - The graph created by the API is [Persistent Immutable DataStructure]( The ideas used are similar to the ones explaine in this video [Immutable JS](

### Related - [Deep zoom links](

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