Monthly Archives: March 2017

Oil & Gas companies in spatial graphs

In some respects Oil & Gas companies are the opposite of banks. Usually they have large amounts of money fixed in all kinds of assets and their equity is mostly over 25% of their total assets. This means Oil & … Continue reading

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Looking at the 3D-graph

Finally we are able to have a look at the AnRep3D graph. Everybody will have .htm-files associated with the browser, so the only thing to do is double click at the file in Explorer (Windows). In the screenshot the graph … Continue reading

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Converting the input-file into a 3D graph

The creation of the spatial graph is the easiest part of the process. With all data collected and available in the input-file, the only thing to be done is to feed the numbers to the AnRep3D generator. We have to … Continue reading

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Adding the parameter-line while correcting an error

In this post we will add the parameter-line to the input-file. The parameter-line is the first line and contains a couple of values, partially determining the size of the graph. The first two numbers however, tell the generator how many … Continue reading

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Creating an input-file

It sounds a bit boring of course and maybe it is, but I still want to tell you about the next step: putting the collected numbers from the annual reports into a text-file. This file will be read by the … Continue reading

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