Man Linux: Main Page and Category List


       graphviz - rich set of graph drawing tools


       This  manpage  has  been  written  to  fulfil the need of a centralized
       documentation presenting all available tools in the graphviz package.


   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
              flow colors through a ranked digraph

              adjust directed graphs to improve layout aspect ratio

       gvpack merge and pack disjoint graphs

   Graph information and transformation
       gc     count graph components

              make directed graph acyclic

       nop    pretty-print graph file

       ccomps connected components filter for graphs

       sccmap extract strongly connected components of directed graphs

       tred   transitive reduction filter for directed graphs

              single-source distance filter

       bcomps biconnected components filter for graphs

       gvpr   graph pattern scanning and processing language

       prune  prune directed graphs

       gxl2dot, dot2gxl
              GXL-DOT converters


       This     manual     page     was    written    by    Cyril    Brulebois
       <>  in  november  2006,  based  on   an
       initial     documentation     effort    by    Joachim    Berdal    Haga
       <>. It can be distributed under the same terms as  the
       graphviz package.

                               November 19, 2006