Updated 2016-01-03 20:02:41 by pooryorick

Graphlet, by Michael Himsolt, is a toolkit for the implementation of graph editors, and includes drawing algorithms for graphs.
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Documentation  edit

The Graphlet System (System Demonstration), Michael Himsolt
Graphlet: Design and implementation of a graph editor

Resources  edit

The Stony Brook Algorithm Repository
This is actually for GraphEd, an earlier system by Hichael Himsolt.

Description  edit

Graphscript is a programming language for graphs that is based on Tcl/Tk and LEDA. Graphscript provides all the necessary operations to manipulate and display graphs, and supports the GML file format.

The Graphlet editor is the heart of the Graphlet system, and is implemented in Graphscript. It uses GTL GTL is a C++ library for managing graphs (in the Graph Theory sense). Graphlet is the successor of GraphEd.

Graphlet runs on UNIX and Windows systems, and uses the same source code on all platforms. The key to this level of portability is that all platform dependend features have been deferred to Tcl/Tk. The design of Graphlets makes it easy to port the editor to any other platforms, provided that the LEDA and Tcl/Tk toolkits are available.

The website says "no more available", but the file is actually still available. Graphlet comes with a large set of already available algorithms, including:

  • Random Layout
  • Spring Embedder with Constraints
  • Spring Embedder (GEM)
  • Spring Embedder (FR)
  • Spring Embedder (KK)
  • DAG Layout
  • Tree Layout