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Hello- I do like the flowchart. How did you make it?


The vendors who are lurking might be able to give better answers.

The one I did was all Powerpoint so my answer is not useful if you have to mass-produce them. But this data has a clear structure, so you can, for example, write an R function to generalize it.


This "flow chart" is also known as a web plot, and is used to plot predator-prey and similar relationships. The bipartite package provides functions for creating such plots in R.

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