Visualizing complex structures using Graphviz

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Graphviz includes other features, such as color gradients, as well. If you can't easily find your way around the program and all of its features, taking a look at similar projects might help.

For example, you can check out GraphML [12], the Graph Exchange Language (GXL) [13], and the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format. All three of these tools define structures based on XML formats. The Graphviz package also includes converters to and from dot for GXL. l

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