TikZ-dependency allows you to draw dependency graphs in LaTeX documents with little or no effort. The package has a very easy to learn, high level interface that can be used to draw simple dependency trees, complex non projective graphs, bubble parses, and in general any kind of graph that is based on a sequence of nodes and edges among these. It is based on PGF/TikZ and can be used either with latex or pdflatex. It comes with very comprehensive documentation that will get you started in 10 minutes, even without any prior knowledge of TikZ. It also provides a lot of styling facilities to let you personalize the look and feel of the graphs.
First of all I must apologize for my english, as
the Gods made me speak italian and my english is
quite rusty at the moment.
And now, the comment...
First of all, I really miss the category tag in
the software list boxes; it was the fastest way to
take a look at the homepage and understand if
there was something the kind of what you were
searching for. Now you have to go through each
description to realize what the item relly is, and
it in quite annoying.
Further on, I do agree with the other comments I
read about the fixed-size fonts (a relative
scaling would be long more fair) and the wasted
~200 pxls on the left.
Globally, anything was much more visible before
the modification, and the contents strucked as the
browser rendered the page; now it seems lacking in
personality... I don't have the words to put in
the right terms but I hope it can be understood.
Any other criticism that may be moved (where' is
the good old logo? and so on) are just a matter of
getting-used-to, and all of us will (I suppose
we'll have to), but the first points are strategical.
Anyway thanks for the efforts, the site and the
crew are a good of humanity :)