Is there any way to leave 2D flow chart graphs and go to 3D model? I mean something like that:

Usual 2D graph: 2D graph

3D graph: 3D graph

The only one solution I've seen is using UbiGraph + Linux on VM (to use UbiGraph) + some X-server for Win (the process of making all that stuff to work is described at Cr4sh's blog). That's kinda perverted solution, up to me.

Also it would be brilliant if there could be displayed disasm in nodes, like in ordinary 2D IDA graphs.

Perhaps there are some more elegant solutions?

1 Answer 1


By default, IDA generates graphs in GDL (WinGraph) format, but you can switch it to DOT which is supported by GraphViz and some other tools. It seems Gephi can do 3D.


Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service and acknowledge you have read our privacy policy.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.