Background

Flow maps are a special type of network visualization for object movements, such as the number of people in a migration. A typical flow map, which contains one source and multiple targets, is visualized as a flow-style tree overlaid on top of a map.

The line thicknesses are scaled to represent the values between the source (the root) and the targets (the leaves). By merging edges together, Flow maps can reduce visual clutter and enhance directional trends.

Where to Get It

You can get it from the Office Store or the dist folder in this repo.

How to Use