GRAPHVIZ
Section: Environments, Tables, and Troff Macros (7)
Updated: November 19, 2006
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NAME
graphviz  rich set of graph drawing tools
SYNOPSIS
This manpage has been written to fulfil the need of a centralized documentation
presenting all available tools in the graphviz package.
AVAILABLE TOOLS
Graph layout programs
 dot

filter for hierarchical layouts of graphs
 neato

filter for symmetric layouts of graphs
 twopi

filter for radial layouts of graphs
 circo

filter for circular layout of graphs
 fdp

filter for symmetric layouts of graphs
All of the filters work with either directed or undirected graphs, though
dot
is typically used for directed graphs and
neato
for undirected graphs.
Note also that neato n[2] can be used to render layouts produced
by the other filters.
Graph drawing programs
 lefty

A Programmable Graphics Editor
 lneato

lefty + neato
 dotty

lefty + dot
Graph layout enhancement
 gvcolor

flow colors through a ranked digraph
 unflatten

adjust directed graphs to improve layout aspect ratio
 gvpack

merge and pack disjoint graphs
Graph information and transformation
 gc

count graph components
 acyclic

make directed graph acyclic
 nop

prettyprint graph file
 ccomps

connected components filter for graphs
 sccmap

extract strongly connected components of directed graphs
 tred

transitive reduction filter for directed graphs
 dijkstra

singlesource distance filter
 bcomps

biconnected components filter for graphs
 gvpr

graph pattern scanning and processing language
 prune

prune directed graphs
Other
 gxl2dot, dot2gxl

GXLDOT converters
AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Cyril Brulebois
<cyril.brulebois@enstbretagne.fr> in november 2006, based on an initial
documentation effort by Joachim Berdal Haga <jbh@lupus.ig3.net>. It can be
distributed under the same terms as the graphviz package.
Index
 NAME

 SYNOPSIS

 AVAILABLE TOOLS

 Graph layout programs

 Graph drawing programs

 Graph layout enhancement

 Graph information and transformation

 Other

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