Examples of trivial graph format

Examples of trivial graph format. Can be imported by yED.

The simplest version is this:

one two label for edge from one to two
three four another label on the other edge
one three


This version allows you to have longer node labels: (a list of nodes followed by a list of edges, separated by #”).

one   the label for one
two   the label for two
one   two label for edge from one to two
three four another label on the other edge
one   three

(you don’t have to line up the labels as I have here, you can just have a one-space gap, but it looks nicer)


1      goal
1.1    outcome one
1.1.1  activity one
1.2    outcome two
1.2.1  activity two
1.1    1
1.1.1  1.1
1.2    1
1.2.1  1.2
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