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graphICs is a converter transforming GDS II-data to Asymptote-code

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graphICs is used to visualize IC-layout-data from GDS II-files. It reads a stream of GDS II-records, optimizes it by removing objects smaller than a user-defined minimal size an writes it to Asymptote-code. This code can be translated via Asymptote to PDF, PNG or other formats. The output can be specified to be printed on an A-format paper, portrait or landscape, top/right, center or bottom/left align.

To use graphICs you need to download the JAR-file containing the program (no installation needed) and the MAP-file containing the color-information for the design (you can modify it or you create your own).
To create graphic or PDF-files you need to download Asymptote from

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You can download the actual version of graphICs, an example MAP-file and the Bachelor-Thesis about graphICs on the download page.

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