For a personal project I want to create a (huge) graph that contains some (as many as possible) chinese characters along the paths of their corresponding keyboard input using the 5 stroke classes horizontal(一), vertical (丨), left falling (丿), right falling/dot (丶), and turning (乛/乙). I didn't have a problem to find a database that included a list of some thousand characters transcribed for their use in the Wubihua input method, but in this method only the 4 first strokes plus the last stroke is used, as opposed to a transcript of all the strokes building up that character.
For example, for 毓 you only type 丿一乛乛乛.
However, I am looking for a transcript like this: 果 = 丨乛一一一丨丿丶
The strokes used can be encoded in whatever way, I just need the full information. For example, I found an open source project for the Wubihua method (= exactly the 4+1 way I am not looking for) that encoded them like this:
m representing the 5 stroke classes mentioned above. I've been searching in GitHub repos for hours, but was only able to find the short 4+1 strokes version used in Wubihua.
I would be very grateful for a hint or link to a free-to-use database containing the necessary information for, say, at least some hundred of the most frequent characters.
Thanks in advance!