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There is Milslav Nic's Graphotron at the www.xvon.org/ site.
It is amazingly terse: unlike the pic-in-xml graph languages
it is a specialist transformatin tool. It lets you have your instance
data in vanilla XML (i.e. not specified in terms of nodes
or arcs); you specify a transformation using XPaths into
arcs and nodes.
Probably the way of the future. I haven't tried the implementation,
so I don't know how sophisticated it is doing complex layouts.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Danny Ayers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Xml-Dev" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2002 10:49 PM
Subject: [xml-dev] Graph markup
> I'm looking for any information regarding current formats for describing
> (node & arc) graphs.
> I'm after a format to use for a graph visualisation project, but the most
> promising candidates I've found have significant flaws and/or appear to be
> inactive projects. I'd be interested to hear what formats people are using
> in this domain.
> What I've come across so far are :
> XGMML - contains masses of detail relating to how the graph should be
> visually represented (e.g. Graphic object attribute
> stipple - The name of the stipple (pattern) to be used for the graphic
> object). Perhaps a case here for XGMML-Reduced, pull out everything that SVG
> RGML - this would be nice, only there doesn't appear to be much of a
> mechanism (beyond core RDF) for associating resources to graph elements -
> notably rgml:label is a Literal, how might one label a node with something
> GXL - seems inactive.
> Danny Ayers
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