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Nitin Gadia
Re: Maintain equal perpendicular width between two curves? For Sankey Diagrams...
on Dec 20, 2012 at 7:11:13 pm

Great, this solves everything.

I also posted this same question here, and both of you helped me:
http://www.talkgraphics.com/showthread.php?60868-Maintain-equal-perpendicul...

As I mentioned there:
Oh wow, yeah. I guess that can all work the same. I didn't realize you can snap to the grid, and that you can specify the grid size and can change the stroke size to any fraction. So you're right, I have total control with only using lines. No use in using excel, though that would be good for doing it on the fly.

That's the beauty of vectors I suppose :)


Here's another way of doing this that the other person gave, using excel. Amazing work by a developer:
http://ramblings.mcpher.com/Home/excelquirks/d3/sankey


I'm still going to use illustrator because it gives me more control for greater aesthetics, etc., but that's probably the best tool for being able to make them on the fly, once you set it up.


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