Automatic Graph Drawing

This page is devoted to the mathematical field of automatic graph drawing. An excellent introduction to graph drawing can be found in the following article (in German, sorry):

Petra Mutzel: Zeichnen von Diagrammen: Theorie und Praxis

Books on Graph Drawing

  • Planar Graph Drawing
    Takao Nishizeki, Md. Saidur Rahman
    Lecture Notes Series on Computing, Vol. 12
    World Scientific, 2004
  • Graph Drawing Software
    Petra Mutzel, Michael Jünger (Eds.)
    Mathematics + Visualization Series
    Springer, 2004

Graph Drawing Conferences and Proceedings

This list contains only the annual Graph Drawing Symposiums. Further interesting conferences and workshops can be found here.

  • ALCOM International Workshop on Graph Drawing
    Sèvres, Parc of Saint Cloud, Paris, September 25—29, 1993
    Guiseppe Di Battista, Peter Eades, Hubert de Fraysseix, Pierre Rosenstiehl, Roberto Tamassia (PDF)
  • Report on the International Work Meeting on Graph Drawing
    Marino (Rome), Italy, June 4—5 1992
    Giuseppe Di Battista, Roberto Tamassia (PDF)

Dagstuhl Seminars on Graph Drawing

  • Drawing Graphs and Maps with Curves
    Sara Fabrikant (Universität Zürich, CH), Stephen G. Kobourov (University of Arizona – Tucson, US), Martin Nöllenburg (KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DE), Monique Teillaud (INRIA Sophia Antipolis – Méditerranée, FR)
    Seminar 13151, 7.–12.04.2013
  • Graph Drawing with Algorithm Engineering Methods
    Camil Demetrescu (University of Rome „La Sapienza“, IT), Michael Kaufmann (Universität Tübingen, DE), Stephen Kobourov (University of Arizona - Tucson, US), Petra Mutzel (TU Dortmund, DE)
    Seminar 11191, 8.–13.05.2011
  • Graph Drawing
    Michael Jünger (University of Köln, DE), Stephen Kobourov (University of Arizona - Tucson, US), Petra Mutzel (University of Dortmund, DE)
    Seminar 05191, 8.–13.05.2005
    Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings

Journals

Benchmark Sets

  • Artificial Graphs (.zip file [6.6MB])
    A collection of non-planar graphs with known crossing numbers. This benchmark set has been used in the experimental study on crossing minimization by Carsten Gutwenger.
  • Planexp Benchmark Set (.zip file [2.4MB])
    A collection of non-planar graphs with planar subgraphs used in an experimental evaluation of crossing minimization heuristics by Markus Chimani and Carsten Gutwenger.
  • SNAP: Stanford Network Analysis Project
    Includes the Stanford Large Network Dataset Collection, which contains various large networks like social, communication, citation, andcollaboration networks.

Graph Drawing Software

This list contains some selected Graph Drawing software systems with focus on actively maintained projects.

Scientific Projects

  • OGDF by Technische Universität Dortmund and University of Cologne (Petra Mutzel and Michael Jünger)
    OGDF is a C++ class library that contains many sophisticated data structures and algorithms for drawing graphs.
  • Pajek by Vladimir Batagelj and Andrej Mrvar
    A Windows program for the analysis and visualization of large networks.
  • Pigale by Hubert de Fraysseix and Patrice Ossana de Mendez
    Pigale is a graph editor and a C++ algorithm library concerned with planar graphs.
  • Tulip by David Auber, LaBRI, University of Bordeaux I
    Tulip is an information visualization framework dedicated to the analysis and visualization of relational data.

Commercial Software

  • aiSee by AbsInt Angewandte Informatik GmbH
  • GoVisual by oreas GmbH
    The GoVisual software library is a commercial Graph Drawing library available for various platforms (C++, COM, .NET, Java)
  • Graph Layout Toolkit by Tom Sawyer Software
    Graph Layout Toolkit is a commercial Graph Drawing library available for various platforms (C++, .NET, Java)
  • ILOG Visualization by IBM
    Visualization and graph layout software for Java (JViews) and C++ (Views)
  • yFiles by yWorks GmbH
    yFiles is a Java library of Graph Drawing algorithms.

Further Interesting Projects

  • Kieler by University of Kiel
    An tntegrated environment for Layout for the Eclipse rich-client platform.
  • Scaffold Hunter by Technische Universität Dortmund and Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology Dortmund
    A Java-based software tool for the analysis of structure-related biochemical data.

People

Further interesting resources are available at the following web sites:

 
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