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Graphviz syntax wrapper. Draw graphs with pure python.

Project description

Grot is a noun and means arrowhead in polish language.

Makes graphviz usage simpler

Much less headache. Gets you faster into the point.

import os
from grot import Grot

this_dir_path = os.path.dirname(__file__)  # if run in console - remove 'directory' parameter below
out_dir_path = os.path.join(this_dir_path, 'out')

g = Grot(name='example_01', format='png', directory=out_dir_path, graph_attrs={"rankdir": "LR"})

one = g.node("It is\neaiser")
two = g.node("graphs", color="#8a9bac")
ignored = g.node("Node floats when\nunconnected", color="#da3080")

g.edge(one, "to define", two)
g.render()

Rendered graph image

It will generate a example_01.png file in current directory.

Refer to tests and examples for more features information.

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