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There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

It allows you to visualize the weights in a neural network.

There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

It allows you to visualize the weights in a neural network.

It seems like you want to visualize the network with circles for neurons and lines for weights. You could use colouring on the lines, and/or varying line width, to signify weight magnitude.

There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

It allows you to visualize the weights in a neural network.

It seems like you want to visualize the network with circles for neurons and lines for weights. You could use colouring on the lines, and/or varying line width, to signify weight magnitude.magnitude. I once did this kind of thing in OpenSCAD. I used spheres for the neurons, and cylinders for the weight.

There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

It allows you to visualize the weights in a neural network.

It seems like you want to visualize the network with circles for neurons and lines for weights. You could use colouring on the lines, and/or varying line width, to signify weight magnitude. I once did this kind of thing in OpenSCAD. I used spheres for the neurons, and cylinders for the weight.weights.

There is the Hinton diagram:

https://matplotlib.org/gallery/specialty_plots/hinton_demo.html

Sorry it's in Python.

It allows you to visualize the weights in a neural network.

It seems like you want to visualize the network with circles for neurons and lines for weights. You could use colouring on the lines, and/or varying line width, to signify weight magnitude. I once did this kind of thing in OpenSCAD. I used spheres for the neurons, and cylinders for the weights.weights. If you view the network from the top down, you can take a screenshot and import it into something like Inkscape, where you can make a nice vector drawing of the network using the program's circle and line tools.