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Need a good graph tool

 
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I am writing a project where a tree is needed on the left side (for navigation purposes) and a graph is needed on the right side (to show more detailed info of the tree selected item and it's decendants. I would prefer something that handles layout management so I don't have to calculate positioning of the graph items.
I've started exploring JGraph from SourceForge.net, but it has no built in layouts. If someone can tell me where to find layout modules for JGraph, that would be helpful too.
Any suggestions?
Thanks, Gil
[ September 18, 2003: Message edited by: Gil Estes ]
 
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JFreeChart can be useful.
 
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