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Nevron Diagram for .NET White Papers

Nowadays the globalization process is stronger than ever and many companies sell products and services all over the world. That's why software applications in many areas need to provide geographical and mapping information to the end users. World's most popular format for storing such information is the ESRI shapefile. There are hundreds of freely available ESRI maps on the web and now you can easily take advantage of them using Nevron Diagram and its integrated mapping features.

Nevron white paper using maps in diagrams

The layered graph layout algorithm aims to highlight the main direction or flow within a directed graph. This layout algorithm is very appropriate for hierarchically organized diagrams, organization charts, etc. Nevron is pleased to present you the NLayeredGraphLayout class which implements the layered graph drawing algorithm within Nevron Diagram.


Nevron white paper layered graph layout

There is only one layout algorithm that can produce a nice drawing of almost every kind of graph. This is the Orthogonal Graph Layout Algorithm. As you can expect its unmatched power and universality come with a price – it is very complex and extremely hard to implement. That’s why Nevron is proud to present you the NOrthogonalGraphLayout class which implements the orthogonal graph drawing algorithm.


Nevron white paper orthogonal graph layout

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE I have just finished an upgrade to one of our Windows based Analytic products where the Nevron Diagram for Windows Forms is an integral component. Listings of numerous related objects were brought to life in diagram form. As a developer I especially appreciated the excellent demonstration program. This program provided windows forms that highlighted many of the products features and provided an easy way to drill down to the sample code (great job). Looking forward to experimenting with the product in the future to bring a richer user interface to our customers. UNQUOTE

Rich Harrigan, Software Engineer
NCR Corporation