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Based on our record, Graphviz seems to be more popular. It has been mentiond 27 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Many times I've needed to make complex tree diagrams, flow charts, and data flow diagrams. The best tool I've seen for this (other than Visio perhaps) is GraphViz and the DOT language it uses. There are graphical editors, but it also allows you to describe a graph layout in text, and get a rendered image back. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
Anyone wanting to graph things out might like to learn the basics of https://graphviz.org/ and use it to make all sorts of graphs. I have ones for NPC connections (who knows who), factional alliances and clashes, and so on. - Source: Reddit / 10 days ago
Or learn Graphviz. Screw having to arrange things by hand. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
LGC uses a external tool for the graph, maybe you can use that to generate the graphs too? It uses https://graphviz.org. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Alright, this is pretty neat. Have you considered making the DOT language used by Graphiz one of the export formats? - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
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