Re: XML graphs
I think SVG can represent graphs. Just googling: xml graph
SVG is an XML vocabulary to depict 2 D graphics (like lines, polygons etc). Graph is a different concept than graphics. IIRC, graph as defined in computer science is a data structure composed of vertices and edges. It can model really anything requiring such representation (for e.g. connected cities, message flows etc).
I know this nice application, which allows to model concepts (you may imagine the concepts as graphs) - http://freemind.sourceforge.net. This tool allows to export the concepts as XML (using its own schema).
-- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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