GraphViz::No - subclass of GraphViz with no nodes River stage two • 29 direct dependents • 40 total dependents

Graphs produced by GraphViz are occasionally huge, making it hard to observe the structure. This subclass removes the nodes, so that only the edges are visible. This allows the structure to stand out....

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

GraphViz - Interface to AT&T's GraphViz. Deprecated. See GraphViz2 River stage two • 29 direct dependents • 40 total dependents

This module provides an interface to layout and image generation of directed and undirected graphs in a variety of formats (PostScript, PNG, etc.) using the "dot", "neato", "twopi", "circo" and "fdp" programs from the Graphviz project (http://www.gra...

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

Tk::GraphViz - Render an interactive GraphViz graph River stage zero No dependents

The GraphViz widget is derived from Tk::Canvas. It adds the ability to render graphs in the canvas. The graphs can be specified either using the DOT graph-description language, or using via a GraphViz object. When show() is called, the graph is passe...

JGS/Tk-GraphViz-1.01 - 09 Dec 2008 04:55:09 GMT

GraphViz::ISA - Graphing class hierarchies at run-time River stage zero No dependents

This class constructs a graph showing the @ISA hierarchy (note: not object hierarchies) from a package name or a blessed scalar. The methods described here are defined by this class; all other method calls are passed to the underlying GraphViz object...

MARCEL/GraphViz-ISA-1.100860 - 27 Mar 2010 22:50:11 GMT

PBS::GraphViz - Interface to the GraphViz graphing tool River stage zero No dependents

This module provides an interface to layout and image generation of directed and undirected graphs in a variety of formats (PostScript, PNG, etc.) using the "dot", "neato", "twopi", "circo" and "fdp" programs from the GraphViz project (http://www.gra...

NKH/PerlBuildSystem-0.44 - 12 May 2008 18:34:09 GMT

Makefile::GraphViz - Draw building flowcharts from Makefiles using GraphViz River stage zero No dependents

This module uses Makefile::Parser to render user's Makefiles via the amazing GraphViz module. Before I decided to write this thing, there had been already a CPAN module named GraphViz::Makefile which did the same thing. However, the pictures generate...

AGENT/Makefile-GraphViz-0.21 - 08 Dec 2014 03:44:08 GMT

Map::Tube::GraphViz - GraphViz output for Map::Tube. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

SKIM/Map-Tube-GraphViz-0.06 - 24 Feb 2015 07:10:45 GMT

GraphViz::DBI::General - graph table relationships from a DBI handle River stage zero No dependents

This is a subclass of GraphViz::DBI. It can be used to generate a graph of foreign key relationships between the tables of a database, given a database handle (and perhaps a schema name and/or a catalog name). It should work for any database with a d...

DOOM/GraphViz-DBI-General-0.1 - 07 Apr 2005 00:25:49 GMT

Catalyst::View::GraphViz - GraphViz View Class River stage zero No dependents

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

GraphViz::Data::Structure - Visualise data structures River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

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

Map::Tube::GraphViz::Utils - Utilities for Map::Tube::GraphViz module. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

SKIM/Map-Tube-GraphViz-0.06 - 24 Feb 2015 07:10:45 GMT

Graph::Easy::Parser::Graphviz - Parse Graphviz text into Graph::Easy River stage two • 24 direct dependents • 28 total dependents

"Graph::Easy::Parser::Graphviz" parses the text format from the DOT language use by Graphviz and constructs a "Graph::Easy" object from it. The resulting object can than be used to layout and output the graph in various formats. Please see the Graphv...

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

RDF::Trine::Exporter::GraphViz - Serialize RDF graphs as dot graph diagrams River stage zero No dependents

RDF::Trine::Model includes a nice but somehow misplaced and non-customizable method "as_graphviz". This module implements an extended version, put in a extends this method in a RDF::Trine::Exporter object. (actually it is a subclass of RDF::Trine::Se...

VOJ/RDF-Trine-Exporter-GraphViz-0.141 - 20 Aug 2012 07:50:56 GMT

SQL::Translator::Producer::GraphViz - GraphViz producer for SQL::Translator River stage three • 123 direct dependents • 275 total dependents

Creates a graph of a schema using the amazing graphviz (see http://www.graphviz.org/) application (via the GraphViz module). It's nifty--you should try it!...

ILMARI/SQL-Translator-1.60 - 29 May 2019 19:36:30 GMT

GraphViz2::Marpa::Renderer::Graphviz - A renderer for GraphViz2::Marpa-style dot files River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

GraphViz2::Marpa::Renderer::Graphviz provides a renderer for Graphviz <http://www.graphviz.org/> (dot) graph definitions parsed by GraphViz2::Marpa. It outputs a string to the output file, which (ideally) exactly matches the graph definition input to...

RSAVAGE/GraphViz2-Marpa-2.11 - 17 Apr 2017 07:30:59 GMT

Meta::Grapher::Moose::Renderer::Graphviz - Render a Meta::Grapher::Moose as a graph using GraphViz2 River stage zero No dependents

This is one of the standard renderers that ships as part of the Meta-Grapher-Moose distribution. It uses the GraphViz2 module to use GraphViz to create graphs. Attributes output The name of the file that output should be written to. For example "foo....

DROLSKY/Meta-Grapher-Moose-1.03 - 21 Aug 2016 15:42:11 GMT

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