In the fall I will be moving to data-structures ii. Currently in data structures i, we we have focused on linear data structures: array, linked lists, stacks, and queues. Data structures ii will introduce non-linear structures: trees and graphs. Has anyone had experience with college or equivalent level course work? How did professors relate the information for the structures to you as the student for homework and exams?
I have read this first topic and this second one. The GSK tool found here looks promising, but i'm wondering how efficient making the graphs would be. plus my main OS is MacOS and while I do have access to Windows, it is not my preferred system.
I have used planttext for making diagrams and things for my system analysis and design class and for parts of my discrete math class. however, the output of this isn't accessible. I can see them a touch with super magnification and super high contrast, but i can't do that for long.
apart from writing things out in a planttext form or as words, is there a better way of making accessible trees and graphs?