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## object-graph

Graph description generator for graphs of arbitrary Scheme objects.

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## Usage

(require-extension object-graph)

## Documentation

The `object-graph` library is a graph generator that accepts Scheme objects as nodes, and produces descriptions for the Tulip and http://www.graphviz.org/ graph visualization frameworks. It is based on the `bouquet` Common Lisp package by Eugene Zaikonnikov.

`object-graph` maintains the nodes and edges of the current graph instance in Chicken parameters that are manipulated via the procedures in this library. These procedures are destructive; they implicitly modify the current graph instance.

The node representation of a Scheme object in the graph is computed by first obtaining its string representation with `->string` and then by computing the hash of the string. The hash value is used as the node number in the graph.

The above means that by default all instances of a record type will have the same node representation, because they have the same string representation. In those cases, you must use `define-record-printer` to create distinct representations of distinct record instances.

### Library procedures

#### Graph construction

`reset-graph:`procedureResets the current graph instance and sets the lists of nodes and edges to empty lists.

`register-node:`procedureCreates node instance and associates it with the given object. Returns the newly constructed node instance.

`register-node-unless-exists:`procedureRegisters the given node only if it does not already exist in the graph.

`register-edge:`procedureRegisters a directed edge between

`FROM`and`TO`, and returns the resulting edge. e

#### Node and edge lookup operations

`assoc-node:`procedureLooks up a node in the current graph instance and if found, returns a pair containing the hash value associated with this node, and the node instance. If not found, returns

`#f`.

`lookup-node:`procedureLooks up a node in the current graph instance and if found, returns the node instance.

`lookup-object-node:`procedureGiven an object, computes its hash, looks up that hash value in the current graph instance and if found, returns the corresponding node instance.

`assoc-edge:`procedureLooks up an edge in the current graph instance and if found, returns a pair containing the hash value associated with this edge, and the edge instance. If not found, returns

`#f`.

`lookup-edge:`procedureGiven objects or node instances

`FROM`and`TO`, looks up the corresponding edge in the graph and if found, returns the edge instance,`#f`otherwise.

#### Cluster operations

`new-cluster:`procedureCreates a new cluster instance in the current graph. The optional arguments can be used to supply a list of nodes, edges and subclusters that belong to this cluster. Returns the newly created cluster instance.

`add-to-cluster:`procedureAdds a node or an edge to the given cluster instance. If the given object is not a node or an edge instance, its hash is computed, and a new node is added to the graph and the cluster.

`lookup-cluster:`procedureLooks up the given cluster name in the current graph and if found, returns the cluster instance,

`#f`otherwise.

#### Operations with node and edge properties

`new-property:`procedureRegisters a new property type in the current graph instance.

`TYPE`is currently a Tulip property type, such as**string**or**size**. The optional arguments can be used to supply default values for this type of property. The default values are currently only used by the Tulip renderer.

`set-node-property:`procedure

`set-edge-property:`procedure

`reset-property:`procedure

`set-label:`procedure

`label:`procedure

`lookup-property:`procedure

`lookup-node-property:`procedure

`lookup-edge-property:`procedure

#### Graph rendering

`render-graph/tlp:`procedureOutputs a textual description of the current graph in Tulip TLP format.

`render-graph/dot:`procedureOutputs a textual description of the current graph in GraphViz DOT format.

## Examples

(use object-graph) (reset-graph) (register-node 'a) (set-label 'a "Start")

(register-node 'b) (register-node 'c) (set-label 'c "Finish") (register-edge 'a 'b) (set-label (register-edge 'b 'c) "woo oho") (register-edge 'b 'c) (new-cluster "sniff" nodes: (list (lookup-object-node 'a) (lookup-object-node 'c)) edges: (list (lookup-edge 'b 'c))) (new-cluster "puff") (add-to-cluster (lookup-cluster "puff") (lookup-object-node 'a)) (add-to-cluster (lookup-cluster "puff") (lookup-object-node 'b)) (with-output-to-file "test.tlp" (lambda () (render-graph/tlp (current-output-port))))

## About this egg

### Author

### Version history

- 1.2
- Support for edge labels in dot output [patch by Andrei Barbu]
- 1.1
- Using assert in test script
- 1.0
- Initial release

### License

Copyright 2010-2011 Ivan Raikov and the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. A full copy of the GPL license can be found at <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.