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gpic Manual
This manual page describes the GNU version of pic, which is part of the groff document formatting system. pic compiles descriptions of pic- tures embedded within troff or TeX input files into commands that are understood by TeX or troff. Each picture starts with a line beginning with .PS and ends with a line beginning with .PE. Anything outside of .PS and .PE is passed through without change. It is the user's responsibility to provide appropriate definitions of the PS and PE macros. When the macro package being used does not sup- ply such definitions (for example, old versions of -ms), appropriate definitions can be obtained with -mpic: These will center each picture.
pictures  diagram  graph  terminal  documentation 
32 minutes ago by dusko
[Groff] Perspective in Pic
[Groff] Perspective in Pic

Ted Harding Mon, 16 Oct 2006 16:48:32 -0700

Hi Folks,

A little project I just completed prompts me to
raise a question which may be worth discussing.

Tha background is that I've been making an
indexed catalogue of some 200+ papers (journal
articles and similar documents) for a friend of
mine. These were passed to me in a cardboard box.

Using groff, of course ...

To round it off, I set about making a suitable
title page, done in pic.

Here is the pic code in a groff wrapper -- run it
and you'll see what I'm leading up to. Put it in
file "", say. (There's some redundancy
in the code, because of how I built it up, but
I haven't yet got round to eliminating that.)
diagram  graph  terminal  documentation 
33 minutes ago by dusko
Grap - a language for typesetting graphs
Grap is a language for typesetting graphs specified and first implemented by Brian Kernighan and Jon Bentley at Bell Labs. It is an expressive language for describing graphs and incorporating them in typeset documents. It is implemented as a preprocessor to Kernigan's pic language for describing languages, so any system that can use pic can use grap. For sure, TeX and groff can use it.

For some reason, when James J. Clark implemented groff, a free version of troff and associated tools, he didn't implement grap. I finally wanted to use it badly enough that I wrote it. The current version is 1.45, released 30 Aug 2014. Three years is a long time, but there's a combination of stability and small user base at play. Details are in the CHANGES file and man pages.
graph  diagram 
37 minutes ago by dusko
Your Graphviz, UMLGraph or PlantUML for your README
Gravizo - Your Graphviz, UMLGraph or PlantUML for your README

a simple way of describing graphs and include it easily in your web for free, blog, markdown page, github, and any location where remote images can be showed. Gravizo uses Graphviz to render graphs. It supports DOT, PlantUML, UMLGraph syntax and SVG in JSON format. It will include other formats in the future. No javascript, no plugins needed so you can include in any document.
diagram  graph  markdown 
1 hour ago by dusko
Graph Databases for Beginners: Graph Search Algorithm Basics
Explore the super-nerdy world of graph search algorithms – like Dijkstra's algorithm and the A-star algorithm – in this non-nerdy introduction for beginners.
graph  algorithms 
2 hours ago by geetarista
visualization  graph  dataviz 
yesterday by unlimited
LibreNMS is an autodiscovering PHP/MySQL-based network monitoring system.
firewall  graph  monitoring  GitHub_Repos  LibreNMS  opensource  programme  router 
2 days ago by speckz
The Open Graph protocol
The Open Graph protocol enables any web page to become a rich object in a social graph. For instance, this is used on Facebook to allow any web page to have the same functionality as any other object on Facebook.

While many different technologies and schemas exist and could be combined together, there isn't a single technology which provides enough information to richly represent any web page within the social graph. The Open Graph protocol builds on these existing technologies and gives developers one thing to implement. Developer simplicity is a key goal of the Open Graph protocol which has informed many of the technical design decisions.
4 days ago by mwishek

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