Guys, sorry to bother but I have to seek knowledge here because this question won't be accepted on StackOverflow or other StackExchange sites.

What is the name of this "graph" used in the left side of the BitBucket commits page?
I'll need to use something similar to this in a project, but I have no idea how to make this, and I don't even know the term to search for this to begin with.

I found gitgraph.js, which kinda looks like what I want but not exactly. If you guys know any plugins or a place to search, I'd be very thankful.

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    Just a stab in the dark, but maybe "branch viewer"?
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    As I said, I know about gitgraph but what I'll use this for is not related to git (I tried to edit that into the question but the post is older than 5 minutes).

    It's going to be for a history, some sort of timeline with multiple recurring events dots.
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    @norman70688 I searched for those terms and it came pretty close, but it's not exactly that :x
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    Pull map, commit map, branch map
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    Maybe something like this? “Building a memory transit map” https://medium.com/data-in-motion/...
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    git log --graph --abbrev-commit --decorate --datr=relative --all

    No idea how it is called

    searching "git commit diagram train map" gave a few results in Google images at least
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    There is an extension for visual studio code which is called "Git History" (Or something like that... It is in the Top 10 of most downloaded extensions, so you should be able to find it)... The extension creates a graph which looks nearly exactly like this one... :)
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    gitkraken also creates a similar graph
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    Somewhere I read, its called revision graph
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