[osg-users] graph visualization tools?

Paul Martz pmartz at skew-matrix.com
Tue Mar 24 14:27:37 PDT 2009

The tool I had for that was kind of cool because it actually used 3D
sphereoids and osgText labels, so you could spin the resulting graphs around
in 3-space with the cool cube mapping and it looked quite impressive.
Unfortunately, the tool was somewhat limiting; the graphs you see in the
book are quite simple and that's a reflection of the tool's limitations.
Making it as general-purpose as GraphViz would've really taken a lot of
work. What I'd really like to see is a plugin interface to GraphViz that
would let me draw my own graph nodes, labels, and arrows.

Paul Martz
Skew Matrix Software LLC
+1 303 859 9466

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[mailto:osg-users-bounces at lists.openscenegraph.org] On Behalf Of Cory
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Subject: [osg-users] graph visualization tools?

I am about to write a little Python tool for myself to take an osg file,
extract basic node information, and create a .dot file for graphviz. I want
very simple tree diagrams like Paul Martz made in the quick start guide (he
had green, yellow, and pink ovals for nodes).

I'm guessing this is something that might already be floating around out
there but I haven't been able to find it. If you know of such a tool, I
would appreciate a link to it.

Cory Riddell
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