|A SWC file for the most recent version of the flex component version of Multigraph may be downloaded here: http://www.multigraph.org/download/NewMultigraph-201201161640.swc|
To publish web pages containing Multigraph graphs on a web server, download the file note about Multigraph version numbers below.
Main DistributionTo publish web pages containing Multigraph graphs on a web server, download the file
User GuideYou can view the user guide online, or you can download the user guide as a PDF file. You can also download the following zip file, which contains both the html and pdf versions of the user guide:
ExamplesYou can view a collection of example web pages containing Multigraph graphs here. You can also download all these examples in the following zip file:
Flex ComponentIf you want to include Multigraph as a component in your own Flex application, download the following swc file:
WordPress PluginMultigraph is also available in the form of a plugin for WordPress that makes it really easy to embed graphs in pages on a WordPress site: Multigraph WordPress Plugin page for information about how to install and use the plugin.
Drupal ModuleThere is also a Drupal module for Multigraph that creates a Multigraph nodes type for Drupal, and makes it easy to embed Multigraph graphs in Drupal posts using a special markup syntax. Multigraph Drupal Module page for information about how to install and use the module.
Source CodeIf you want to work with the Multigraph source code, download the following zip file:
Older VersionsOlder versions of Multigraph can be downloaded from the archives.
Beginning with version 2.4 (released on June 17, 2010), Multigraph uses a version number system with numbers of the form "M.N". Usually when a new version is released, the last number N increases by 1. The first number M increases only if the release includes major changes, and/or incompatibilities with older versions.
Prior to version 2.4, Multigraph used a system of version numbers of the form "M.N-S", where S was the revision number from the Multigraph subversion repository. This system has been discontinued in favor of the simpler "M.N" system.