fdp

Render an image of a `force-directed` network graph from a `graphviz` file.

TLDR

Render a png image with a filename based on the input filename and output format (uppercase -O)

$ fdp -T [png] -O [path/to/input.gv]
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Render a svg image with the specified output filename (lowercase -o)

$ fdp -T [svg] -o [path/to/image.svg] [path/to/input.gv]
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Render the output in ps, pdf, svg, fig, png, gif, jpg, json, or dot format

$ fdp -T [format] -O [path/to/input.gv]
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Render a gif image using stdin and stdout

$ echo "[digraph {this -> that} ]" | fdp -T [gif] > [path/to/image.gif]
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Display help

$ fdp -?
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