GraphML progress report. Structural layer proposal. Following a workshop on graph data formats held with the 8th Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD 2000), a task group was formed to propose a format for graphs and graph drawings that meets current and projected requirements. par On behalf of this task group, we here present GraphML (Graph Markup Language), an XML format for graph structures, as an initial step towards this goal. Its main characteristic is a unique mechanism that allows to define extension modules for additional data, such as graph drawing information or data specific to a particular application. These modules can freely be combined or stripped without affecting the graph structure, so that information can be added (or omitted) in a well-defined way.

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