Here is an attempt to place the influence on and from medieval Muslim philosophy. It is taken from Islamic Philosophy Online (tip Laura Sizer): Ah. Why can't all history be taught with flow-charts? Its so much better when you eliminate all the nuances and complexities. Actually, it does provide a good broad picture. Couple of minor quibbles. Some of the arrows should be bi-directional - especially between Persian and Greek & Roman philosophy, and also between Hindu/Chinese and Persian philosophy. Also, why Medieval Jewish philosophy is left stranded after the Muslim influence? The influence of Moses Maimonides alone would warrant an arrow connecting Medieval Jewish philosophy to Early to Modern European philosophy.
The original Flow of Influence here.