The software AGRAPH, as presented at the Space Syntax Symposium in 2005, is a tool for analysing ’node-and-connection models’, particularly aiming at ’easy-to-use-interface’ and the possibility of doing modelling and analyses as well as making printable images within one program. The intention behind the version of AGRAPH presented in this paper, is to offer a similar tool for axial-line analyses, i.e. software that has an intuitive interface and that handles axial-map modelling as well as analyses without requiring external software. By being simple and by the option of easy and ’on-screen’ modelling of bridges, tunnels, curved streets and ’barrier-like-traffic’, the program represents a useful supplement to the existing stock of axial-line software. AGRAPH is no substitution for larger software when it comes to advanced space syntax analyses or studies of very large systems, but it should be a highly relevant tool in education and in doing basic axial-line analyses of complex but not too large systems

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  1. Ostwald, Michael J.: The mathematics of spatial configuration: revisiting, revising and critiquing justified plan graph theory (2011)