Disk Usage Treemap

A treemap is a graphical visualisation technique developed in the 1990s by Ben Shneiderman that attempts to give a two dimensional representation of a hierarchy with some sense of relative scale. The Linux Disk Usage Analyzer (aka baobab) tool provides a means of graphically representing the contents and relative sizes of files on a hard drive using a treemap.

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