A system dedicated to the visualization of huge graphs
Tulip is capable of managing graphs with up to 500,000 nodes and edges
on relatively modest hardware (eg. 600MHz Pentium III, 256MB RAM).
It includes the following features:
* 3D visualizations
* 3D modifications
* Plug-in support for easy evolution
* Building of clusters and navigation into them
* Automatic drawing of graphs
* Automatic clustering of graphs
* Automatic selection of elements
* Automatic metric coloration of graphs
Tulip version 3.0.0 Readme file.
This software is under GPL licence,(see COPYING file).
It has been designed and implmented by David Auber.
- Qt 4.2 or higher
- OpenGl 2.0
- glew 1.4 or higher
- gcc, g++ >= 3.4.2
The installation procedure is described in the files :
INSTALL, INSTALL.mac, INSTALL.win
tar jxvf tulip-3.0.0.tar.b
tulip — program to visualize very large graphs
This manual page documents briefly the tulip program.
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distri‐
bution because the original program does not have a manual
page. Instead, it
Look at tulip wrapper script. Probably we only need to set TLPDIR
now. And this requirement is a bug, there should be no hardcoded
instance of /usr/local in upstream code.
This package was debianized by Matt Zimmerman <email@example.com> on
Tue, 13 Nov 2001 23:08:05 -0500.
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