How to prepare array of json objects to d3 hierarchical tree structure

How to prepare array of json objects to d3 hierarchical tree structure

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How to prepare array of json objects to d3 hierarchical tree structure
Tag : javascript , By : pad
Date : January 12 2021, 09:11 PM

it should still fix some issue I found out how to return the root node from the place I get the JSON objects. In this way I could use that and make the JSON objects the child of this with the code from the update.

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Hierarchical JSON with tree structure

Tag : java , By : user143038
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I have to make a tree like JSON structure with Java where I have a parent node with multiple children in it and so on. This is my code I have partially done this one but not completely successful to do it ..here is the output I need , Do this:
package stackoverflow.questions;

import com.google.gson.*;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

public class ParentChildApp {

   public static class Entry {

      private String name;

      public Entry(String name) {
         this.name = name;

      private List<Entry> children;

      public void add(Entry node){
         if (children == null)
            children = new ArrayList<Entry>();


   public static void main(String[] args) {

      Entry workNode = new Entry("Work");
      workNode.add(new Entry("Effort"));
      workNode.add(new Entry("Trust"));

      Entry salaryNode = new Entry("Salary");

      Entry cultureNode = new Entry("Culture");

      Gson g = new Gson();



Generate hierarchical JSON tree structure from Django model

Tag : python , By : DonMac
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You can do the following:
Transform a list of Classifications to a nested dict. Transform nested dict to the required format
class Classification:
    def __init__(self, kingdom, phylum, klass, species):
        self.kingdom = kingdom
        self.phylum = phylum
        self.klass = klass
        self.species = species
from collections import defaultdict
# in order to work with your actual implementation add more levels of nesting 
# as lambda: defaultdict(lambda: defaultdict(lambda: defaultdict(list)))
nested_dict = defaultdict(
    lambda: defaultdict(
        lambda: defaultdict(list)

for c in all_classifications:
    'Kingdom1': { 
        'Phylum1': { 
            'Class1': ["Species1", "Species2"],
            'Class2': ["Species3", "Species4"],
        'Phylum2': { ... }
     'Kingdom2': { 'Phylum3': { ... }, 'Phylum4': {... } }
def nested_to_tree(key, source):
    result = {'name': key, 'children':[]}
    for key, value in source.items():
        if isinstance(value, list):
            result['children'] = value
            child = nested_to_tree(key, value)

    return result

tree = nested_to_tree('root', nested_dict')

How to transform flat JavaScript objects array into nested hierarchical JSON structure?

Tag : javascript , By : Alecsandru Soare
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Ok,
I figured out the following solution, which seems to be working fine.
var familiesArr = [ [ { "name": "child1" }, { "name": "parent1" }, { "name": "grandparent1" } ], [ { "name": "child2" }, { "name": "parent2" }, { "name": "grandparent2" } ] ];
var hierarchicalFamilies = createHierarchicalFamilies(familiesArr);

function createHierarchicalFamilies(familiesArr) {
    var familyHierarchy = new Array();        
    for (var i=0; i<familiesArr.length; i++) {
        var family = familiesArr[i];
    return familyHierarchy;

function addFamilyMember(family) {
    if (family.length <= 0) {
        return null;
    var familyMemberNode = family[0];
    var familyMember = new Object();
    familyMember.name = familyMemberNode.name;
    familyMember.parent = addFamilyMember(family.slice(1));
    return familyMember;

Convert tree structure to hierarchical array

Tag : javascript , By : ranja
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I'd use recursion here to "walk" down the tree. Note that your input tree sometimes uses "children" and sometimes uses "nodes" to denote its array of children; I have changed it to "children" throughout.
var wholeTree = [{
    "_id": 1,
        "title": "node1",
        "children": [{
        "_id": 11,
            "title": "node1.1",
            "children": [{
            "_id": 111,
                "title": "node1.1.1",
                "children": [{
                    "_id": 1111,
                    "title": "node1.1.1.1",
                    "children": []
    }, {
        "_id": 12,
            "title": "node1.2",
            "children": []
}, {
    "_id": 2,
        "title": "node2",
        "children": [{
        "id": 21,
            "title": "node2.1",
            "children": []
    }, {
        "_id": 22,
            "title": "node2.2",
            "children": []
}, {
    "_id": 3,
        "title": "node3",
        "children": [{
        "id": 31,
            "title": "node3.1",
            "children": []
}, {
    "_id": 4,
        "title": "node4",
        "children": [{
        "_id": 41,
            "title": "node4.1",
            "children": []

var flattened = flattenTreeToNodes( wholeTree, null, "" );
$("#output").text( JSON.stringify(flattened) );

function flattenTreeToNodes( tree, parentId, basePath ) {
  console.log( parentId, basePath );
  function createFlattenedNode( treeNode ) {
    var path = parentId?basePath + "," + parentId:"";
    return {
       "_id": treeNode._id,
       title: treeNode.title,
       parentId: parentId,
       path: path

  var nodes = [];
  for(var i=0; i<tree.length; i++) {
     var treeNode = tree[i];      
     var flattenedNode = createFlattenedNode(treeNode);
     nodes.push ( flattenedNode );
     var flattenedChildren = flattenTreeToNodes( treeNode.children, treeNode._id, flattenedNode.path );
     nodes = nodes.concat( flattenedChildren );
  return nodes;
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Create a JSON object (hierarchical) from a tree structure -Updated code

Tag : javascript , By : micate
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I am trying to create a JSON object that updates dynamically as a node tree is created. The node tree will accept an input and append it to the tree. And simultaneouly A the json object is updated with the the values: json object shoudl look something like this: , I have resolved this issue!
function createTreeRecurse(rootP, parent, level){
    var childrenn = parent.children;
   // console.log("==>",childrenn);
    for(var i=0; i <childrenn.length; i++){
        var child = childrenn[i];

        var elem = document.createElement('div');
        elem.innerHTML = '&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp'.repeat(level)+'[+]'+ childrenn[i].value;
      //  console.log("==>",elem.innerHTML);
       // console.log("==>",elem.id);
       // elem.children = [];
        var inp = document.createElement('input');

        inp.addEventListener('keypress', function(e){
            if(e.keyCode == 13){
                var newElem = document.createElement('div');
              //  newElem.innerHTML = inp.value;
                newElem.name = inp.value;
                newElem.value = inp.value;

                newElem.innerHTML = '&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp'.repeat(level) + '[+]' + inp.value;
                newElem.className = 'collapse';
                var newObj = createObjProps(newElem);
             //   inp.value = '';


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