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This is the standard view of a graph. You can easily zoom in and out by pressing + or and navigate through the graph by using the arrow keys or the mouse.


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Exploring huge graphs is a breeze thanks to aiSee’s panning mode. It allows you to temporarily zoom out so that the entire graph fits the window. The part of the graph that has been zoomed out of is marked by a highlighted rectangle, while the rest of the graph is shown dimmed. Dragging the highlighted rectangle using the mouse enables you to quickly move to a different place in the graph. Left-clicking then allows you to zoom back in.


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Apart from text labels, nodes can contain user-defined bitmap icons. Icons are fully compatible with fish-eye views and export to all formats, including SVG and PostScript.


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Additional node information

In addition to labels and icon files, aiSee allows up to three pieces of supplemental information, i.e. text fields, to be associated with each node (and each subgraph). This information can be easily accessed by simply pressing i, followed by selecting one or several nodes. Alternatively, you can first select a node or a subgraph and then switch between its additional information fields. You can also define titles for the different kinds of information to be found and selected in aiSee’s Information submenu.


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Subgraph operation menu

aiSee supports recursive graph nesting and features advanced subgraph operations such as:

  • Folding, unfolding, wrapping and clustering of complete subgraphs
    or user-defined graph regions
  • Excluding subgraphs or user-defined regions from a graph
  • Hiding of edges (see example)

There are no restrictions as to the maximum number of subgraphs or the depth of nesting.


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aiSee 3 for Mac OS X with Unicode support.


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aiSee 3 for Windows with Unicode support.


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aiSee 3 for Linux with Unicode support.