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Land of Lisp

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Creating a Graph

Graphviz generates graphs from your data. Indeed, you saw a simple Graphviz representation of the wizard’s house in Chapter 5:

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Graphviz is open source and available from the Graphviz website (http://www.graphviz.org/). After you’ve downloaded and installed it, creating a graph is easy. First, you’ll create a DOT file that describes the shape of your graph. For example, in Graphviz, create a file named test.dot on your computer and enter the following information:

digraph {
   a->b;
}

This defines a directed graph with nodes A and B connected by an arrow. (There are numerous syntax options available in the DOT file format, as documented ...

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