Tree

How to get a beautiful tree structure of your project, by simply using tree available from conda

$ conda install -c conda-forge tree
$ tree
   │   │   ├── image_450.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_503.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_55.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_552.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_604.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_652.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_701.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_752.tiff
    │   │   ├── image_800.tiff
    │   │   └── image_846.tiff
    │   ├── registration_using_scikit_and_cropping.ipynb
    │   ├── simple_data_set
    │   │   ├── image1.png
    │   │   └── image2.png
    │   ├── test_registration_using_scikit.ipynb
    │   ├── test_using_couple_images_using_rid.ipynb
    │   └── test_using_couple_images_using_scikit.ipynb
    ├── segmentation
    │   ├── histogram-16bits.ipynb
    │   ├── histogram.ipynb
    │   └── histogram_data
    │       ├── data
    │       │   ├── Turb0095.tif
    │       │   ├── Turb0096.tif
    │       │   └── Turb0097.tif
    │       └── data_output
    │           ├── Turb0095.tif
    │           ├── Turb0096.tif
    │           └── Turb0097.tif
    └── timestamp
        ├── data
        │   ├── 20170928_diagonal_orientation_0030_0000.tiff
        │   └── Image001.Cimg.fits
        └── retrieve_time_stamp_tiff_fits.ipynb
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