Oakland, CA, September 16, 2005—Tom Sawyer® Software, a leading provider of high-performance graph visualization, layout, and analysis solutions, today released Tom Sawyer layout, Version 6.0, C++ Edition, the latest of its layout product line.
Tom Sawyer Layout enables you to add scalable graph layout capabilities into applications serving bioinformatics, data management, networking, and intelligence markets, among others.
With Tom Sawyer Layout, you can efficiently produce applications that graphically reveal hidden relationships and underlying structures through scalable automatic layout. These exceptionally clear diagrams enable users to identify relationships and address problems more rapidly.
The new release of Tom Sawyer Layout provides XML integration, allowing exchanging and integrating data between Tom Sawyer products and your applications quickly and easily.
Further, the new release brings our advanced edge routing technology to C++ developers. In many applications, the positions of the objects may be predefined and the users would like to have software tools automatically find the best routes for the links. The edge routing feature automatically reroutes edges while maintaining node placement, meeting the needs of many users.
Tom Sawyer Layout, Version 6.0, C++ Edition, offers a number of new and enhanced features:
Tom Sawyer Software is the leading provider of software and services that enable organizations to build highly scalable and flexible graph and data visualization and analysis applications. These applications are used to discover hidden patterns, complex relationships, and key trends in large and diverse datasets. Tom Sawyer Software serves clients with needs in link analysis; network topology; architectures and models; schematics and maps; and dependencies, flows, and processes. We help clients federate and integrate their data from multiple sources and build the graph and data visualization applications that are critical to analyzing and gaining insight into their data.View All Press Releases