|Can you say in how many different subtrees a particular common name (such as "dolphin" or "horse") is used? How closely are these animals related?
||search on attribute common name a string|
||Extract and create a new view||A minimal subtree containing the selection with the selected nodes in outlined in pink, view|
| Are common names a good guide to understanding relationships?
||unable to understand the user needs |
|How many species or subspecies are named after biologists named "Townsend"? Note that the answer will be different if you are looking at common names versus Latin names. Can you look at the pattern of names to deduce where in the world they might have done research? On what kinds of animals?
||search on attribute common name and/or Latin names a string (e.g.Townsend)|
||Extract and create a new view|
|| ||A view containing the selection with the selected nodes outlined in pink. Inspect the values using the Detailed data menu, view.|
|Some scientific names are maddeningly similar. For example, Spirulida and Spirurida are two nodes in two different subtrees. A user types in the wrong one. What kind of feedback does your tool provide to alert the user quickly? Do the names have the same rank? Is the typed name in the expected part of the tree?
| For the top five subtrees with the most nodes -- are they likely to have a parent of a particular rank? Or does this happen in many ranks?
| Visualization, Colors, HSV, uniform
||map rank to color |
||intrinsic attribute node, move the cursor in high position ||The root of the five subtrees appear outlined in pink. Inpect the colors of the parents. If it is the same then select a parent and go to detailed data menu the exploration of the rank. view|