Node Lego is a tool that allows software developers and computer science students to visualize data structures including binary search trees, linked lists, stacks, and queues. Users can build and edit these structures by adding or removing nodes, and may signup, login and save their structures to access them at a later time.
This project was inspired by our studies at Grace Hopper; as new students we were introduced to a variety of data structures, and found that a visual model was the best way to understand them. Our project was conceived as as a fun graphic user interface-style application, allowing users to “play” with virtual nodes, building and reconfiguring data structures as they please.
Project Members: Our team members include: Carol Dysart, Grace Gately, Julia Morley, and Karina Yang