[Neo4j] Reference Implementation for Sugiyama Graph Layout
peter.neubauer at neotechnology.com
Wed Dec 15 10:13:00 CET 2010
guess this list will have some Viz soon when we get started with a Viz
component. Otherwise, dunno, sorry.
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On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 10:09 AM, Ben Sand <ben at bensand.com> wrote:
> Thanks Peter,
> That's a good start for us.
> Can anyone recommend some mailing lists for visualisation geeks? Just
> done a 2 hour hunt and turned up nothing :-/
> On 14 December 2010 19:41, Peter Neubauer
> <peter.neubauer at neotechnology.com> wrote:
>> Hi Ben,
>> I can't recommend any good implementations of the algo, but GraphViz
>> is battle proven, albeit a bit old. Otherwise, no clear preference,
>> have not tested a lot of them :(
>> Anyone else having more experience?
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>> On Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 8:04 AM, Ben Sand <ben at bensand.com> wrote:
>>> At the front end of our project we're using Prefuse Flare, and wish to
>>> display a DAG using the Sugiyama layout, which isn't currently
>>> implemented in Flare.
>>> The Sugiyama layout algorithm is a way to display a graph
>>> hierarchically in a clear fashion that minimises edge crossings
>>> without being too costly too compute.
>>> Can you recommend a good reference implementation of the Sugiyama
>>> layout algorithm?
>>> I've found implementations in the following, but I don't know what
>>> their quality is like:
>>> GraphViz (via Dot)
>>> Python UML Tool
>>> * Flare: http://flare.prefuse.org/
>>> * Sugiyama: http://kurapov.name/res/file/193.ppt
>>> * page 16: http://hci.stanford.edu/courses/cs448b/w09/lectures/20090204-GraphsAndTrees.pdf
>>> Cross posting on Stackoverflow:
>>> Alternatively, is there a mailing list for graph visualization
>>> enthusiasts you can recommend?
>>> Neo4j mailing list
>>> User at lists.neo4j.org
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