Published 2017-07-09T01:41:00.001Z by Physics Derivation Graph

Each derivation gets a folder. The folder typically contains four CSV files:- expression_identifiers.csv: two columns of integers (7 digits, 10 digits) where each row looks like "1432042,1029039904"
- feeds.csv: a single column of integers (7 digits) where each row looks like "2342425"
- inference_rule_identifiers.csv: two columns, the first is an integer (7 digits). An example row looks like 1294844,declareInitialExpression
- derivation_edge_list.csv: two columns of integers (7 digits each) where each row looks like "3934948,3499522"

Elsewhere in this documentation I refer to the 7 digit integers as "temporary IDs" and the digit integers as "permanent IDs".

The graph visualization is built from the content of derivation_edge_list.csv, but additional decorations are need to renders a meaningful picture. That's where the other three CSVs come into play -- they indicate what the relevant decoration is (either a feed, expression, or inference rule).