Python module for making org charts?
John J. Lee
jjl at pobox.com
Mon Oct 13 02:39:35 CEST 2003
Dave Kuhlman <dkuhlman at rexx.com> writes:
> John J. Lee wrote:
> > "Paul Gardella" <pgardell at bbn.com> writes:
> >> Does anyone know of a Python module for building organization
> >> charts? I've looked at gdchart and JPGraph, but neither of them
> > Neither of these specifically know about org charts, but Graphviz
> > (use dot) and Reportlab are two options. But it shouldn't be much
> > work in any decent vector graphics API, I'd imagine. It's
> > possible that dia or sketch have code (maybe plugins) that
> > specifically does org charts, though.
> That sounds like an answer to the output side, i.e. the need to
> print org charts.
No, it was primarily an answer to the "how to create" question. The
data structure / objects part looks easy, glancing at a few examples
on the web. Am I wrong?
> Related question -- Is there support for a digraph (directed graph)
> *editor* in Python? I'd like to be able to edit state diagrams
A GUI editor, you mean?
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