$monitor = Graph::Layout::Aesthetic::Monitor::GnuPlot->new(%parameters);
# Now use it with Graph::Layout::Aesthetic object $aglo:
$aglo->gloss(monitor => $monitor);
# That's the basics. You likely won't need the stuff after this point
$time = $monitor->last_plot_time;
Graph::Layout::Aesthetic::Monitor::GnuPlot is a simple class based on gnuplot that is meant to help you to monitor the progress of a graph layout. It has the right interface so it can be directly used as the value of the monitor parameter to Graph::Layout::Aesthetic method gloss.
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