It's confusing at first, but once you actually try to do something with it, it works. Here's a simple script to get
you started. I just added a couple of edges, but I think that
you'll be able to add some nodes and attributes after awhile.
in reply to Re^2: which is the best way to convert xml to GraphML using perl.
in thread which is the best way to convert xml to GraphML using perl.
use Graph::Easy qw/as_graphml as_graphml_file/;
my $graph = Graph::Easy->new();
my $graphml_file = $graph->as_graphml_file();
$graphml_file =~ s/\n.*<!--.*-->\n//;
my $graphml = $graph->as_graphml();
binmode STDOUT, ':encoding(UTF-8)';
print $graphml = $graph->as_graphml();