The eyediagram visualization can be used to illustrate associations between entities, as found by probabilistic component models, such as topic models.
More information on the code can be found in the following publication:
|Jose Caldas, Nils Gehlenborg, Ali Faisal, Alvis Brazma, and Samuel Kaski. Probabilistic retrieval and visualization of biologically relevant microarray experiments. Bioinformatics, 25:i145-i153, 2009. (ISMB/ECCB 2009). Publication web page|
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