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graph tool summary
Well, in response to my query for PD graphing tools I got
over a dozen requests for "me too" and "please post summary".
Otherwise, I have received the following suggestions.
Thank you all for your interest and suggestions.
Martin Marietta Astronautics
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter Karp)
You might see if there is any software associated with the following
Moen, S., "Drawing Dynamic Trees", IEEE Software July 1990.
From: Arun Welch <email@example.com>
You might want to check out Joseph Bates' PSGraph tool, found on
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (George Williams)
I saw your request on the allegro-cl list.
Here are a couple of anon ftp sites with lisp code which I have seen
referenced in the past.
spice.cs.cmu.edu (18.104.22.168), cd to /usr/jwz/public/ (in one step,
/usr/jwz/ and /usr/ are not accessible) and get the file
"_readme.text"; I have not visited this one recently.
a.gp.cs.cmu.edu and cd to /usr/mkant/Public. Note that the "cd" must
be a one-step operation due to the security features of the Andrew
file system. This site has some quite good stuff, including a grapher
for postscript output which might be adaptable to what you want.
And finally, I have also recently heard this blurb (please don't take
this as an advertisement from myself).
"Franz Inc has developed a CLOS/X-based grapher which they are
currently making available to select alpha sites. They plan on making
the grapher commercially available later this year."