Disk Usage Analyzer is a graphical disk usage analyzer for GNOME. It was part of gnome-utils, but was split off for GNOME 3.4. It was originally named Baobab after the Adansonia tree. The software gives the user a menu-driven, graphical representation of what is on a disk drive. The interface allows for selection of specific parts of filesystem being scanned so a single folder, the entire filesystem, and even remote folders and filesystems can be scanned. The graphical representation can be switched between a ring chart and a treemap chart so the presentation can be tailored to the specific content being scanned.
See also 
- ^ Peters, Frederic (2013-05-16), "GNOME 3.8.2 Release", gnome-announce mailing list, retrieved 2013-05-17
- ^ GnomeUtils - GNOME Live!
- ^ "Disk Usage Analyzer for GNOME". Retrieved 25 December 2011.
- ^ "Baobab Usage". Retrieved 25 December 2011.
- ^ "Baobab Shows". Retrieved 25 December 2011.
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