GraphViz::Data::Structure - Visualise data structures River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

This module makes it easy to visualise data structures, even recursive or circular ones. It is provided as an alternative to GraphViz::Data::Grapher. Differences: "GraphViz::Data::Structure" handles structures of arbitrary depth and complexity, autom...

MCMAHON/GraphViz-Data-Structure-0.20 - 15 Jan 2019 22:48:52 GMT

GraphViz::XML - Visualise XML as a tree River stage two • 29 direct dependents • 41 total dependents

This module makes it easy to visualise XML as a tree. XML is hard for humans to grasp, especially if the XML is computer-generated. This modules aims to visualise the XML as a graph in order to make the structure of the XML clear and to aid in unders...

RSAVAGE/GraphViz-2.24 - 27 Dec 2016 00:13:13 GMT

GraphViz::Data::Grapher - Visualise data structures as a graph River stage two • 29 direct dependents • 41 total dependents

This module makes it easy to visualise Perl data structures. Data structures can grow quite large and it can be hard to understand the quite how the structure fits together. Data::Dumper can help by representing the structure as a text hierarchy, but...

RSAVAGE/GraphViz-2.24 - 27 Dec 2016 00:13:13 GMT

GraphViz::ISA::Multi - Display ISA relations between modules River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

GraphViz::ISA::Multi visualizes the ISA relations between multiple modules. It is a addition to GraphViz::ISA, which can only show the ISA tree of one module....

MARCUS/GraphViz-ISA-Multi-0.02 - 07 Oct 2003 14:49:49 GMT

Catalyst::View::GraphViz - GraphViz View Class River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This is the Catalyst view class for GraphViz. Your application subclass should inherit from this class. This plugin renders the GraphViz object specified in "$c->stash->{graphviz}->{graph}" into the "$c->stash->{graphviz}->{format}" (one of e.g. png ...

JOHANL/Catalyst-View-GraphViz-0.05 - 17 Nov 2005 22:45:38 GMT

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