Visualizza versione completa : yEd - Java™ Graph Editor

18-11-2007, 18.29.08
Non sono esperto di costruzione grafici e quindi non ho capito molto del programma, ma a qualcuno potrebbe interessare, date un occhiata agli screenshot nella pagina del programma.



yEd is a very powerful graph editor that is written entirely in the Java programming language. It can be used to quickly and effectively generate drawings and to apply automatic layouts to a range of different diagrams and networks.

yEd is available as a free download with unrestricted functionality!

yEd makes full use of the yFiles library. This is a Java class library enabling the viewing, editing, optimizing, drawing, and animating of a wide range of diagrams, networks, and other graph-like structures.

yEd has been built using 100% lightweight Swing components. This allows it to run on any platform where a suitable Runtime Environment is available.
New Features in Version 3.0

* Supports working with multiple graphs simultaneously: an arbitrary number of editor windows can be opened to edit graph structures.
* The new Palette tool window provides samples of both predefined as well as user-defined visual representations for nodes and edges. It allows for instant access to a number of graph elements of each kind that have different (visual) characteristics.
Several theme-based sample collections for graph elements (e.g., for UML) are available.
* Graph files can be opened using a Drag and Drop gesture into the canvas. A new editor window is opened for the graph structure contained in the file.
* Graph elements can be created with a Drag and Drop gesture from the Palette into the canvas.
* Subgraphs can be copied to the system clipboard in EMF vector graphics format or in several graphics formats (JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG), respectively.
* Full support for node types that are defined using SVG vector graphics format.
* Graph files can be opened directly from URLs.
* Includes sample graphs that, for example, present the various layout styles.