Last time I used graphviz, it didn't do any kind of anti-aliasing, so
the graphs quickly became ugly/illegible if you tried cramming too much
information in too small a space. Where there is enough space to render
things comfortably, graphviz does quite nicely. For instance, take a
I think my solution for bigger graphs at the time was to render them in
graphviz, and then resize using ImageMagick. A bicubic resize manages to
keep the graphs at least decent - nearest neighbor and bilinear make
things *really* ugly (lines will no longer be, er, lines).
Brion Vibber wrote:
I've never used it before, but the sample graphs
on the above-linked
website are mostly illegible.
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com