Algorithm visualization

Discussion in 'Python' started by bearophile, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. bearophile

    bearophile Guest

    I'd like to easely visualize some small algorithms in Python (wireless
    networks of moving agents), and so far I've found Gato:

    http://www.zpr.uni-koeln.de/~gato/

    It visualizes just algorithms on graphs (and lists, etc). I've tried
    it and I think it's nice, but there isn't documentation. I'd like to
    know if someone has tried this Gato, knows a bit how to use it, or
    knows other software (algorithm) visualizers fit for Python.

    Thank you,
    Bearophile
    bearophile, Nov 18, 2004
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