March 21, 2018

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

etc.

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)

or

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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