Does anyone know any kind of graph software that could produce graphs like this for publication? Those links and crosses and numbers actually needs to be presented…. Thank you:)
One small update, those 0,1s will be replaced by pictures:)
Does anyone know any kind of graph software that could produce graphs like this for publication? Those links and crosses and numbers actually needs to be presented…. Thank you:) One small update, those 0,1s will be replaced by pictures:) 


Tikz can do what you wish, if you don't mind writing LaTeX(like) code to produce them. If you are familiar with LaTeX, it's worth your time to go through its learning curve in my opinion; it can access all of TeX's rendering capabilities natively and hence produce graphs that blend perfectly with the text style. If you want a pointandclick graphic interface, I can suggest something like Inkscape or Dia. 


Mathematica has a TreePlot function, and a LayeredGraphPlot, and you can replace the nodes with whatever graphical object or picture you want (even other graphs if you like, which I have found useful). 

