Chris Olds colds at
Tue Oct 27 19:48:25 GMT 1998

For non-commercial use, there is GraphViz at
It should be fairly easy to map XML to the language that dot (a graph
drawing tool) accepts.
These are generalized graph-drawing tools, so there is a lot to look at (but
it is easy to get started).


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