drawSankey is a matlab function that draws single-direction Sankey diagrams (i.e no feedback loops), however, multiple inputs can be specified.The syntax is the following:
drawSankey(inputs, losses, unit, labels, sep)
inputs: a vector containing the flow inputs, the first of which will be considered the main input and drawn centrally, other inputs will be shown below this.
losses: a vector containing all of the losses from the system, which will be displayed along the top of the Sankey diagram
unit: a string indicating the unit in which the flows are expressed
labels: a cell list of the labels for the different flows, starting with the labels for the inputs, then the losses and finally the output
sep: an (optional) list of position for separating lines, placed after the loss corresponding to the indexes provided
Current Version: 02.11.2009
Developed by: James SPELLING, KTH-EGI-EKV
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James Spelling (2020). drawSankey (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/26573-drawsankey), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
It is very easy to use. Thank you
interesting tools, thanks.
do you have some examples?
The only tool I can find to draw a Sankey diagram directly in Matlab. Only problem is that big arrows will not fit in the pop-up window. But when opening in plot tools it is posible to make it fit.
I think this is very interesting. I need to use it more before I can give it a rating.
A question for you regarding the license. I would like to use it to prepare some plots in the company I work for but I am not sure based on the wording of the license:
" Distributed under Creative Commons Attribution + NonCommerical (by-nc)
Licensees may copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and make derivative works based on it only for noncommercial purposes".
Does that mean I can't use it in my job?
If so would you consider changing the license so that someone can use it for any purpose?
Very good tool.
Simple to use & generates good sankey diagrams. However customization options are limited.
Modification of function description