GSS: Graph Stylesheets

IsaViz/GSS User Manual - Graph Stylesheets

Graph Stylesheets are a way to associate style to node-edge representations of RDF models, but also to hide part of the graph and to offer alternative layouts for some elements. This means that based on some selectors (detailed later), it is possible to assign, among other things, color, stroke width, bitmap icons or font style to specific nodes and edges in the graph. It is also possible to hide selected nodes and edges, or to lay them out (along with the node at the other end of the edge) in tables in order to group them in a region of the visualized space.
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