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WPFGraph is a tool to create animations of graph algorithms using a WPF based 3D rendering engine. You can create a graph by adding nodes and edges to the UI simply by using your mouse. Then you can execute a graph algorithm like Dijkstra on the created graph.

http://wpfgraph.codeplex.com/Tags | algorithms animation graph graph-theory wpf-3d |

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License | Apache |

Platform | Windows |

Graph# is a graph layout framework. It contains some layout algorithms and a GraphLayout control for WPF applications.

chart graph graph-layout useful wouter wpf-controlsTopological ordering, image by David Eppstein, CC0 1.0.The algorithms can be applied to any graph data structure implementing the two Iterator methods: Order, which returns the number of vertices, and Visit, which iterates over the neighbors of a vertex.

graph-algorithms graph-theory data-structuresJava application to simulate basic graph theory algorithms.

Basic Graph Theory Algorithms from clojure.contrib.graph

Implementation of a bunch of graph algorithms to analyze data of Facebook Friends

Gato (Graph Animation Toolbox): Animate graph algorithms for example for computing shortest paths, minimal spanning trees, maximum flows or maximal cardinality or weight matchings. Create your own animations using the Animated Data Structures (ADS).

A Java software for 3D visualization of graphs/networks. It implements many graph layout algorithms (such as force-directed methods), graph generators (such as scale-free networks) and graph modifiers. Most functions can be accessed through its GUI.

Bachelor Final Year Project: Haskell Animation for Graph Algorithms

JGraphT is a Java graph library that provides mathematical graph-theory objects and algorithms. It includes directed, undirected, weighted, unweighted etc. Graphs could be created based on Strings, URLs, XML documents.

chart tool graph visualization chart-library-javajGABL (the Java Graph Algorithm Base Library) is a java library for the implementation of graph algorithms. It covers a hierarchy of graph concepts, various graph implementations, and algorithm animation.

First of all it's worth to mention all force directed algorithms are iterative. We need to perform multiple iterations of an algorithm, before graph starts looking aesthetically pleasing.With that in mind, the easiest way to make graph look nice is:``` js// graph is an instance of `ngraph.graph` object.var layout = require('ngraph.forcelayout3d')(graph); for (var i = 0; i < ITERATIONS_COUNT; ++i) { layout.step();}// now we can ask layout where each node/link is best positioned:graph.forEachNode

* [almende/vis](https://github.com/almende/vis) - Dynamic, browser-based visualization library http://visjs.org* [anvaka/ngraph](https://github.com/anvaka/ngraph) - Beautiful Graphs* [anvaka/VivaGraphJS](https://github.com/anvaka/VivaGraphJS) - Graph drawing library for JavaScript* [cpettitt/dagre](https://github.com/cpettitt/dagre) - Directed graph renderer for javascript* [cytoscape/cytoscape.js](https://github.com/cytoscape/cytoscape.js) - An open-source JavaScript graph theory library for an

Graphviz4Net provides WPF control that is capable of generating "nice looking" graph layouts with sub-graphs, curved edges with arrows, edges between sub-graphs and more. Nodes, edges and all other elements in the graph are fully customizable and can contain any other WPF cont...

graph graphviz layout visualization wpf-controlsJust me fucking around with Graph Theory, that's all.

Writing rigourous proofs in graph theory with sets.