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Graphviz (DOT) Captions

試著忘記壹切 提交于 2020-02-27 14:13:12
问题 I need to print a large number of graphs using Graphviz DOT. To distinguish which input each graph corresponds to, I want to also have a caption for each graph. Is there anyway to embed this into the DOT representation of the graphs. 回答1: You can use label to add a caption to the graph. Example: digraph { A -> B; label="Graph"; labelloc=top; labeljust=left; } labelloc and labeljust can be used to determine top/bottom and left/right position of the graph label. All the details and other

Same node in two subgraphs

三世轮回 提交于 2020-02-25 04:23:25
问题 I want to draw a border around two subgraphs but I have one node that belongs to both. digraph { subgraph cluster_0 { color = red A -> D A -> C C -> D } subgraph cluster_1 { color = blue B -> C B -> E C -> E } } Now C should be part of both Clusters - instead I get this: 回答1: There s a difference between tha name / label of a node and its identification. When a node has no name / label ithe identification is taken as name / label. Not sure if the following is what uou intended (otherwise

Graphviz same level Vertical Ordering

巧了我就是萌 提交于 2020-02-08 03:26:26
问题 I have a dot graph with many branches. Not sure how to keep the output as the same order while inputing in the script. Here is my codes, digraph { "/home2/groups/" -> Data; CL[label="CL(9+12)"]; CA[label="CA(14+5)"] Data -> CL; Data -> CA; CL -> Cl_batch1; CL -> Cl_batch2; CA -> CA_batch1; CA -> CA_batch2; CA_batch1 -> {ca_a0 [label="G_pipeline"]}; CA_batch1 -> {ca_a1[label="Phe"]}; CA_batch1 -> {ca_a2 [label="QC"]}; CA_batch2 -> {ca_a0 [label="G_pipeline"]}; CA_batch2 -> {ca_a1 [label="Phe"]

Merge two dot graphs at a common node in python

前提是你 提交于 2020-01-23 04:09:07
问题 The dependency-parsed output (using Stanford Parser) of the following two sentences are as follows. Sentence 1 - John is a computer scientist Dot format - digraph G{ edge [dir=forward] node [shape=plaintext] 0 [label="0 (None)"] 0 -> 5 [label="root"] 1 [label="1 (John)"] 2 [label="2 (is)"] 3 [label="3 (a)"] 4 [label="4 (computer)"] 5 [label="5 (scientist)"] 5 -> 2 [label="cop"] 5 -> 4 [label="compound"] 5 -> 3 [label="det"] 5 -> 1 [label="nsubj"] } Graph - Sentence 2 - John has an elder

How do I get DOT to display an image for a node?

爱⌒轻易说出口 提交于 2020-01-22 08:46:04
问题 I am not having success displaying an image at a node in dot. My node is defined: SW103 [image="swOpen.png"] I can view swOpen.png so I think the file is ok, and it is in the same directory as the code. But dot displays the node using its label "SW103", not as the image. The documentation mentions that the image file should have size information in it, but I don't know what to put in it. Could someone point me to an actual example that displays a .png or .bmp file as a node? (include the

Generate AST in the form of a dot file

≯℡__Kan透↙ 提交于 2020-01-15 04:30:50
问题 I am working with ANTLR4 to generate AST of a java source code and i had to move to ANTLR3 because i was not getting much help and documentation and it was really tough to proceed.I managed to generate AST but not in a visual format. Then i came across an awesome answer and i was really able to generate AST in a DOT file but there was a slight problem. My code: import org.antlr.runtime.CommonTokenStream; import org.antlr.runtime.ANTLRFileStream; import org.antlr.runtime.tree.CommonTree;

Generate AST in the form of a dot file

强颜欢笑 提交于 2020-01-15 04:30:26
问题 I am working with ANTLR4 to generate AST of a java source code and i had to move to ANTLR3 because i was not getting much help and documentation and it was really tough to proceed.I managed to generate AST but not in a visual format. Then i came across an awesome answer and i was really able to generate AST in a DOT file but there was a slight problem. My code: import org.antlr.runtime.CommonTokenStream; import org.antlr.runtime.ANTLRFileStream; import org.antlr.runtime.tree.CommonTree;

Graphviz Dot Edge Ports for Family Tree

两盒软妹~` 提交于 2020-01-15 03:40:07
问题 I am very close to being able to generate a family tree that doesn't look terrible, but I'm running into the following problem. //file: tree.dot digraph { edge [dir=none]; node [ fillcolor="black",fixedsize=true,shape=box, style="rounded,filled",width=2.0 ]; splines=ortho; // GEN -01 { rank=same; rankdir=LR; "Grandfather" [regular=0]; m0002 [ label="",shape=diamond,regular=0,height=0.25, width=0.25,style="filled", ]; "Grandmother" [regular=0]; { rank=same; rankdir=LR; "Grandfather" -> m0002 -

Visualize tree from *.dot file

好久不见. 提交于 2020-01-14 05:39:10
问题 I need to visualize a tree which I have gotten from an ANTLR parser and written to a .dot file by catching console output that the ANLR dot generator produces. MyDOTTreeGenerator generator = new MyDOTTreeGenerator(); PrintStream old = System.out; try { System.setOut(new PrintStream(new FileOutputStream(graphFile))); } catch (FileNotFoundException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } System.out.println(generator.toDOT(root)); System.out.flush(); System.setOut(old); Question is: 1. Is there a way to

How can I influence Graphviz/dot to make nicer control-flow graphs by removing snaking and better edge crossings?

和自甴很熟 提交于 2020-01-14 03:31:05
问题 I am drawing control-flow graphs for Python programs and would like to influence which kind of edges should not be crossed over. Is there a way to do this? Consider this simple Python program: try: a += 1 except: a += 2 else: a = 3 And a dot program to represent the control flow for that generated via https://github.com/rocky/python-control-flow/ digraph G { mclimit=1.5; rankdir=TD; ordering=out; graph[fontsize=10 fontname="Verdana"]; color="#efefef"; node[shape=box style=filled fontsize=8

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