Is there a way to export history graphs via command line

I plan to write particular tutorials. Sourcetree has excellent history graphs. Is there a method to export those in particular from a command line?

I write a shell script which performs some actions in the repository and would like to have snapshots of the resulting history graph.

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Sorry, no - but you might be able to use something like the built-in 'screencapture' command in OS X?

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