Generated: Monday, November 14, 2011, 09:23:10 | Copyright © 2011, Kurt Nørmark |

The examples below are used as examples of the paper *A Graph Library Extension of SVG* by Kurt Nørmark.

The graph extension library documentation may also be of interest.

Example | Figure in paper | Scheme Expression | SVG |

Simple geometric forms without abstractions | Figure 1 | ex-1.laml | ex-1.svg |

Simple geometric forms with abstractions | Figure 1 | ex-2.laml | ex-2.svg |

An elementary graph | Figure 2 | graph-0.laml | graph-0.svg |

A slightly more elaborate graph | Figure 3 | graph-1.laml | graph-1.svg |

A cons-cell graph | Figure 4 | cons-cells.laml | cons-cells.svg |

A graph with a composite node | Figure 5 | graph-composite.laml | graph-composite.svg |

A real life graph with composite nodes (animated with step-buttons-walk-through-edge-motion) | Figure 6 | test-by-contract.laml | test-by-contract.svg |

Animation of type step-buttons-reval | Animated version of Figure 2 | graph-0-anim-1.laml | graph-0-anim-1.svg |

A sample animation of Figure 3 (animated with step-buttons-reveal) | - | graph-1-anim-2.laml | graph-1-anim-2.svg |

To see svg files in your browser, I recommend that you should install the Adobe SVG plugin. If you use Firefox be sure to install version 6.0 of the Adobe plugin - please consult this page. If you use a version of Firefox with native SVG support, you will have to switch if off. See here for advice on this detail.