I finally finished coding the random walk algorithm with all additional features we’ve discussed (so far!) I found out this past week that I’ve been accepted to quite a few PhD programs, as well as an internship at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory with Dr. Kristi Potter! These next few weeks will be tough, I have back-to-back grad visits the next month and we’re still planning for the March 31st Vis deadline. I find out on the 21st if our paper to EuroVis was accepted, and depending on that we’ll figure out how to approach this next paper. Looking forward to this next month!
An example of our random walk algorithm with 500 random walks completed. Node size reflects the probability of it being a part of the cycle (larger = more probable). The color is in a range from lowest to highest persistence value.