Graph::Layouter - lay out graph onto an abstract plane River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an abstract class for various algorithms of graph nodes positioning at a virtual surface. That is, if you have a graph stuffed into a "Graph" object, "Graph::Layouter" will take it and assign each node in the graph virtual coordi...

PASKY/Graph-Layderer-0.03 - 11 Feb 2006 17:43:35 UTC

Graph::Layouter::Spring - spring graph drawing algorithm implementation River stage zero No dependents

This module provides the famous spring graph drawing algorithm implementation. See the "Graph::Layouter" class documentation for usage description....

PASKY/Graph-Layderer-0.03 - 11 Feb 2006 17:43:35 UTC

Graph::Easy::Layout::Chain - Chain of nodes for layouter River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 33 total dependents

A "Graph::Easy::Layout::Chain" object represents a chain of nodes for the layouter....

SHLOMIF/Graph-Easy-0.76 - 06 Jun 2016 07:33:51 UTC

Graph::Easy::Layout::Force - Force-based layouter for Graph::Easy River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 33 total dependents

"Graph::Easy::Layout::Force" contains routines that calculate a force-based layout for a graph. Nodes repell each other, while edges connecting them draw them together. The layouter calculates the forces on each node, then moves them around according...

SHLOMIF/Graph-Easy-0.76 - 06 Jun 2016 07:33:51 UTC

Graph::Easy - Convert or render graphs (as ASCII, HTML, SVG or via Graphviz) River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 33 total dependents

"Graph::Easy" lets you generate graphs consisting of various shaped nodes connected by edges (with optional labels). It can read and write graphs in a variety of formats, as well as render them via its own grid-based layouter. Since the layouter work...

SHLOMIF/Graph-Easy-0.76 - 06 Jun 2016 07:33:51 UTC

Graph::Renderer - draw the graph onto a real plane River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an abstract class for drawing a given layouted graph (created usually by "Graph::Layouter") through various image creation interfaces ("GD", "Imager"). All the relevant layouting information used for nodes positioning is load fro...

PASKY/Graph-Layderer-0.03 - 11 Feb 2006 17:43:35 UTC

Graph::Convert - Convert between graph formats: Graph and Graph::Easy River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

"Graph::Convert" lets you convert graphs between the graph formats from Graph and Graph::Easy. It takes a graph object in either format, and converts it to the desired output format. It handles simple graphs (directed or undirected) as well as multi-...

TELS/Graph-Convert-0.09 - 19 Nov 2007 17:50:37 UTC

Graph::Easy::Node - Represents a node in a Graph::Easy graph River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 33 total dependents

A "Graph::Easy::Node" represents a node in a simple graph. Each node has contents (a text, an image or another graph), and dimension plus an origin. The origin is typically determined by a graph layouter module like Graph::Easy....

SHLOMIF/Graph-Easy-0.76 - 06 Jun 2016 07:33:51 UTC

Graph::Easy::Group - A group of nodes (aka subgraph) in Graph::Easy River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 33 total dependents

A "Graph::Easy::Group" represents a group of nodes in an "Graph::Easy" object. These nodes are grouped together on output....

SHLOMIF/Graph-Easy-0.76 - 06 Jun 2016 07:33:51 UTC

Graph::Layout::Aesthetic - A module for laying out graphs River stage zero No dependents

A Graph::Layout::Aesthetic object represents a state in the process of laying out a graph. The idea is that the state is repeatedly modified until an acceptable layout is reached. This is done by considering the current state from the point of view o...

THOSPEL/Graph-Layout-Aesthetic-0.12 - 30 Nov 2005 22:39:36 UTC

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