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  • From: guilhelm savin <guilhelm.savin AT>
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  • Subject: gs-utils
  • Date: Sat, 16 Apr 2011 02:09:28 +0200
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Dear users,

I wrote a small collection of scripts to command GraphStream
in a terminal. These commands are able to :

- generate a graph stream
- display a graph stream
- convert a stream to another format
- create movie

I wrote quickly a short README to explain how it works.

Some examples :

1. Generate a preferential attachment graph with about 100 nodes

    gs-gen --type=PREFERENTIAL_ATTACHMENT --size=100 --format=DGS path.dgs

2. Generate a graph and display it

    gs-gen ... | gs-play --quality --antialiasing --step-delay=100

3. Generate a graph and convert it into a latex-compatible format

    gs-gen --format=DGS .. | gs-dgs2tikz --sink-options="width=8;height=6;layout=true"

4. Generate a graph and create a movie of it

    gs-gen .. | gs-movie -o gs_strikes_back.avi

Install instructions are contained in the README. Thanks to
try it if you want and give feedback about this !

Have fun.
Best regards.

PS : Windows users, I'm sorry but I don't write a Windows version for the 
     moment. If there will have positive feedback about this scripts 
     collection, I will make a Windows-compatible version. Scripts work
     with Bash.

Guilhelm Savin
PhD Student of Computer Science

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