I work with FHIR files, which are big and complex JSON files used in healthcare. I'd like to understand what I'm working with, so it would be super nice to somehow visualize the files locally.
There seems to be a lot of parsers etc, and tools connecting to servers to download and upload FHIRs and convert them, but I'd just need to visualize what I already have... IntelliJ plugin would have been optimal but there doesn't seem to be such a thing. Even a command line tool would be better than nothing.
Working on linux, but interested on tools for other platforms, too.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about: https://fhirblog.com/2019/06/01/fhir-bundle-visualizer/ , extracting data (I assume these can be explored in more detail):
and visualizing the internal structure:
This example is a web-based tool, but my FHIRs are private data, so I would need a local tool.