Graphviz - Open Source Graph Drawing Tools

@inproceedings{Ellson2001GraphvizO,
  title={Graphviz - Open Source Graph Drawing Tools},
  author={J. Ellson and E. Gansner and E. Koutsofios and S. North and Gordon Woodhull},
  booktitle={Graph Drawing},
  year={2001}
}
Graphviz is a heterogeneous collection of graph drawing tools containing batch layout programs (dot, neato, fdp, twopi); a platform for incremental layout (Dynagraph); customizable graph editors (dotty, Grappa); a server for including graphs in Web pages (WebDot); support for graphs as COM objects (Montage); utility programs useful in graph visualization; and libraries for attributed graphs. The software is available under an Open Source license. The article[1] provides a detailed description… Expand
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