Running this script with your email address as an argument will create a graph of your key and all the keys that have signed your key. It requires that gpg, sig2dot.pl, and neato (part of graphviz) be in your path, and that you have a keyserver set in your ~/.gnupg/options file.
$ ls $./trustgraph.sh firstname.lastname@example.org $ ls email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com stats.htmlAs you can see, it created 4 files.
firstname.lastname@example.org is a keyring file containing my key and all those
which have signed my key.
email@example.com is a list of the key IDs of my key and all those who have signed it.
firstname.lastname@example.org is a graph of the signature relationships between my key and all those who have signed it.
stats.html is a graph if signature counts (only counting signatures from within this keyring file).
convert email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
The postscript file is much better detail and smaller than the jpeg.