Store family trees in plain text and visualize them in your browser
pedigree takes a [toml] file like that in examples/example.toml ([source]) and outputs a few messy visualizations that do not favor patriliny over matriliny. See examples/ for example output.
![Screenshot 1](media/screenshot1.png) ![Screenshot 2](media/screenshot2.png)
For a quick example, generate the example .toml file
pedigree -f new_relations.toml
then generate output based on it
pedigree -f new_relations.toml generate
- .html file: a [d3] visualization that can be opened in a web browser
- .svg file: a “Sugiyama style” tree that can be opened in a web browser
- .dot file: the [dot] file used to generate the .svg file
pip3 install pedigree
pedigree –help will tell you your options.
You need to install graphviz form your package manager if you want to generate .svg output
Please create an [issue](https://github.com/jbaber/pedigree/issues) for any bugs you find.
If you’re a developer, the bugs are actually being kept in [git-bug](https://github.com/MichaelMure/git-bug), so feel free to work with them there.
- Don’t put all your genealogical data in one text file that you manipulate via a python script written by some idiot on the internet. At least make copies of the one text file.
- This can only recognize the relations x is the mother of y, x is the father of y, and x is the spouse of y. It has no concept of siblings or partial siblings.
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