trees show hierarchical data. File directory navigation is one of the most familiar UX for browsing a tree.

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tree-view for mobile devices

Is it a good idea to use tree-view UI structure in iPhone or other Mobile devices? (e.g. for file browsing etc.)
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For large hierarchies - checkbox tree or 'guided tree construction'

Context In my Web based application I have a hierarchy of musical genres. There are around 1.5k genres in the tree, and the depth of the tree is at most about four levels. My application allows you ...
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Alternatives for Tree structure [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What's the best way to view a deep hierarchy? In a desktop application what are the innovative, alternate methods to a tree structure? Provide me some example ...
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Mega-scale industrial resource management UI case studies

We are setting out to design a system capable of managing a system that is comprised of 100,000 individually addressable resources (electro-mechanical controllers). One very important visualization ...
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Criteria for choosing fonts for a tree in a utility that everyone likes and can read?

So I've got a utility that really only needs to be ran internally, but I want the guys who use it to not complain about it all the time. I don't think that style particularly matters to them ...
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Miller columns vs tree view

I am developing a navigation system for an intranet application I am building and I have access to good tree and MillerColumn components. Has anyone else got any expereinces they could share with me ...
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Is there a way to display a hierarchical file tree-view in a fixed horizontal space?

This is more of a musing, but in Windows Explorer, and IDEs like Eclipse, I often end up with a file tree that is expanded so many levels deep, I cannot see both the root and the files I'm working on ...