Displays a graphical representation of graph.
This program was developped in order to obtain a fast picture of large graphs. However, to have better and more precise view of a graph, I recommend using vizualisation tools like Cytoscape or yED. These tools allow GML formatted graph as input.
Input and output formats
The accepted input formats are GML, tab-delimited and adjacency matrix.
For more explanations about these, refer to the manual of convert-graph.
Column specifications (only for tab-delimited format)
Source and target column. Columns containing the source and target nodes.
Weight or label column Column containing the weight or the label on the edge.
Edge color column. Column containing the color of the edges in the RGB color code.
Source and target node color colum. Column containing the color of the node (RGB).
A node can only have one color. If in the file, the color of the
node changes, only the first defined color will be taken into
Calculates the layout according to the Fruchterman and Reingold algorithm. This
option is mandatory for input formats other than gml output as the they do not
specify the node position.
Edge with computation
Calculate the edge width for the GML output. The width is
proportional to the weight of the edge. All weights in the column indicated by
the -wcol argument or in the GML file (label field) must be real values.