# Tree graph generator

Wandora's tree graph generator creates a topic map where each topic has equal number of child topics associated. Created topic map has no cycles and is planar. Wandora allows the user to choose the tree depth and the number of child nodes. Wandora's tree graph generator starts with a menu option **File > Generate > Tree graph generator...**. Below is an example graph created with tree graph generator (depth 5, number of children 3, and Cayman). Blue node at the center is root of the tree.

Wandora doesn't connect created topic tree topics to Wandora class and you have to explicitly search for created tree topics. You can use the Finder tab to locate created topics. Use search word **topic**. All tree graph topics have a basename **Topic x-y-z** where **x**, **y**, and **z** are topic's coordinates in the tree. Tree root has always a basename **Topic root**.

Generating several different topic trees after one another causes tree topics to superposition. For example, generating a tree with depth 3 and number of child nodes 5 after previous generation results a graph:

## See also

- To visualize the tree graph, you can try the Graph topic panel or Processing topic panel.
- To export the graph: