I finally managed to polish a thing that lived on my hard drive in disassembled state for years. ns-graph is initially a fork of the abandoned clojure-dependency-grapher. As vain as it may seem, this tools is often very useful to me. It is surprisingly descriptive when you need to understand the high-level architecture of some project. Recently I wanted to catch up with the changes in cider-nrepl and figure out where exactly it uses its new dependencies. Well, sometimes you should think carefully what you wish for.
ns-graph works with both Leiningen and Boot. It is quite easy to support both build tools, so I guess in future we will see more heterotooling plugins like this. Consult README to get started, and enjoy!