A library to display and manipulate graphs on a tkinter canvas.
tkCanvasGraph is a Python library that implements a tkinter canvas on which users can display and manipulate graphs.
The documentation is available on http://tkCanvasgraph.readthedocs.io/.
A small example of its usage:
import tkinter from tkCanvasGraph import CanvasFrame, Vertex, Edge root = tkinter.Tk() frame = CanvasFrame(root) frame.pack(fill="both", expand=True) v1 = Vertex(frame.canvas, label="vertex1") frame.canvas.add_vertex(v1) v2 = Vertex(frame.canvas, label="vertex2") frame.canvas.add_vertex(v2) edge = Edge(frame.canvas, v1, v2, label="edge") frame.canvas.add_edge(edge) root.mainloop()
It creates a new tkinter window, fills it with a CanvasFrame (a tkinter frame containing a tkCanvasGraph frame.canvas, but also buttons to apply layouts, and scrollbars), then add two vertices and one edge.
Another example is the tkCanvasGraph/__main__.py file:
python -m tkCanvasGraph
It opens a similar window with additional functionalities:
- new vertices can be created with CTRL + left click,
- new edges by maintaining CTRL and dragging and dropping the mouse from one vertex to another,
- elements can be deleted with CTRL + right click,
- labels can be modified by right-clicking on any element,
- “j” key will create a new vertex in a random position,
- “k” key will create a new edge between two vertices without an edge,
- “o” key will apply one step of the force based layout.
Look at the code to get more insight on how to use the library.
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