# Theory and Publications

## Graphviz Papers

- Graphviz and Dynagraph - Static and Dynamic Graph Drawing Tools - a condensed overview (cite)
- An open graph visualization system and its applications to software engineering - longer overview, preferred for citation (cite)
- Graph Drawing by Stress Majorization - an improved algorithm for neato (cite)
- Topological Fisheye Views for Visualizing Large Graphs - topological-based distorted views for large graphs
- A method for drawing directed graphs - dot’s algorithm (1993) (cite)
- Efficient and high quality force-directed graph drawing - sfdp’s algorithm (2005)
- Improved Circular Layouts - crossing reduction and edge bundling for circular layouts (cite)
- Efficient and High Quality Force-Directed Graph Drawing - the multiscale algorithm used in sfdp (cite)
- Implementing a General-Purpose Edge Router - edge routing in Graphviz (cite)
- Improved Force-Directed Layouts - Voronoi-based node overlap removal (cite)
- GMap: Visualizing graphs and clusters as maps - displaying graphs as maps (cite)
- Efficient Node Overlap Removal Using a Proximity Stress Model - Prism node overlap removal (cite)
- On-line Hierarchical Graph Drawing - dynadag algorithm

## Graph Drawing

- Wikipedia entry. They also have a short article on Graphviz.
- graphdrawing.org - annual symposia, books, data, open problems and more
**Open Directory Project**Graph Drawing entry.- Survey (Franz Brandenburg talk notes in Powerpoint)
- A Short Note on the History of Graph Drawing
- David Eppstein’s Geometry in Action, Graph Drawing section
**Graph Drawing: Algorithms for the Visualization of Graphs**by Ioannis G. Tollis, Giuseppe Di Battista, Peter Eades, Roberto Tamassia-
**Graph Drawing Software (Mathematics and Visualization)**by M. Junger, Petra Mutzel, (Symposium on Graph Drawing 2001, Vienna) -
**Drawing Graphs: Methods and Models**by Michael Kaufmann, Dorothea Wagner -
**Handbook of Graph Drawing and Visualization**Roberto Tamassia, ed. (On-line version)

## Information Visualization

- IEEE Infovis Symposia: current, past
- Information Visualization Journal
**FlowingData**- York U. Gallery of Visualization (see also Statistics and Statistical Graphics Resources).
- Stanford University course bibliography
- Stanford University Data Journalism
- Xerox PARC projects
- Software Visualization at Georgia Tech