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Graphviz's dot language Python interface.

This module provides with a full interface to create handle modify
and process graphs in Graphviz's dot language.

References:

pydot Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/pydot/
Graphviz:       http://www.graphviz.org/
DOT Language:   http://www.graphviz.org/doc/info/lang.html(more...)

src/s/c/scoop-0.7.1.release/examples/tree/Tree.py   scoop(Download)
 
try:
    import pydot
except ImportError:
    pydot = None

src/v/e/VectorDict-1.0.0/example/transition.py   VectorDict(Download)
import re
from vector_dict.VectorDict import VectorDict, tree_from_path, flattening, convert_tree, is_generator
import pydot as pd
from codecs import open as open
 

src/v/e/VectorDict-1.0.0/example/graph.py   VectorDict(Download)
import re
from vector_dict.VectorDict import VectorDict, tree_from_path, flattening
import pydot as pd
from codecs import open as open
 

src/p/y/Pyevolve-HEAD/examples/pyevolve_ex19_gp.py   Pyevolve(Download)
from pyevolve import Mutators
from math import sqrt
import pydot
import random
 

src/p/c/PCV-HEAD/examples/ch2_matching_graph.py   PCV(Download)
from PCV.tools import imtools
 
import pydot
 
"""

src/a/d/ADictAdd_iction-HEAD/example/graph.py   ADictAdd_iction(Download)
import re
from vector_dict.VectorDict import VectorDict, tree_from_path, flattening
import pydot as pd
from codecs import open as open
 

src/p/k/pkglib-HEAD/pkglib/pkglib/setuptools/graph/__init__.py   pkglib(Download)
def get_dot_dist_node(req):
    """ Get a pydot node object from a networkx node that represents the
        dist for that node
    """
    import pydot
def get_dot_req_node(req):
    """ Get a pydot node object from a networkx node that represents the
        requirement and its installed dist
    """
    import pydot
def get_dot_dist_edge(edge, nodes):
    """ Get a pydot edge object from a networkx edge that represents the
        requirement that makes up the dependency from one dist to another.
    """
    import pydot
        Er, this means it's just a line  :)
    """
    import pydot
    return pydot.Edge(nodes[edge[0]], nodes[edge[1]])
 
        distributions - this more closely mirrors the underlying data.
    """
    import pydot
    dot_graph = pydot.Dot(graph_type='digraph', suppress_disconnected=False)
    dot_nodes = {}

src/o/e/OERPLib-0.8.1/oerplib/service/inspect/dependencies.py   OERPLib(Download)
    def _draw_graph_node(module, tpl):
        """Generates a Graphviz node named `module`."""
        import pydot
        return pydot.Node(module, margin='0', shape='none', label=tpl)
 
    @staticmethod
    def _draw_graph_edge(parent, child):
        """Generates a Graphviz edge between `parent` and `child` modules."""
        import pydot
        """
        try:
            import pydot
        except ImportError:
            raise error.InternalError("'pydot' module not found")

src/n/e/networkx-HEAD/networkx/drawing/nx_pydot.py   networkx(Download)
    """
    try:
        import pydot
    except ImportError:
        raise ImportError("write_dot() requires pydot",
    """
    try:
        import pydot
    except ImportError:
        raise ImportError("read_dot() requires pydot",
    """
    try:
        import pydot
    except ImportError:
        raise ImportError('to_pydot() requires pydot: '
    """
    try:
        import pydot
    except ImportError:
        raise ImportError('pydot_layout() requires pydot ',
def setup_module(module):
    from nose import SkipTest
    try:
        import pydot
        import dot_parser

src/o/e/OERPLib-0.8.1/oerplib/service/inspect/relations.py   OERPLib(Download)
        """
        try:
            import pydot
        except ImportError:
            raise error.InternalError("'pydot' module not found")
        If a HTML `tpl` is supplied, it will be used as layout for the node.
        """
        import pydot
        types = {
            'relation': {
    def _create_edge(self, model1, model2, data):
        """Generate a `pydot.Edge` object, representing a relation between
        `model1` and `model2`.
        """
        import pydot

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