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C-Sharp-Algorithms - A C# plug-and-play class-library project of standard Data Structures and Algorithms

  •    CSharp

A C# plug-and-play class-library project of standard Data Structures and Algorithms. It contains 35+ Data Structures and 30+ Algorithms designed as Object-Oriented isolated components. Even though this project started for educational purposes, the implemented Data Structures and Algorithms are standard, efficient, stable and tested.This project originally started out as an interview preparation project. However, after receiving a great amount of positive responses on reddit, and noticing excitement from a few GitHubers to contribute furthermore to it, the project took on a different meaning. So, I decided to keep maintaining it as a reference for data structures and algorithm implementations in C# as well as my own research side-project under these topics.

networkx - Official NetworkX source code repository.

  •    Python

NetworkX is a Python package for the creation, manipulation, and study of the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex networks. For additional details, please see INSTALL.rst.

pytextrank - Python implementation of TextRank for text document NLP parsing and summarization

  •    Jupyter

Python implementation of TextRank, based on the Mihalcea 2004 paper. The results produced by this implementation are intended more for use as feature vectors in machine learning, not as academic paper summaries.




VivaGraphJS - Graph drawing library for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

VivaGraphJS is designed to be extensible and to support different rendering engines and layout algorithms. Underlying algorithms have been broken out into ngraph. The larger family of modules can be found by querying npm for "ngraph".

graphtage - A semantic diff utility and library for tree-like files such as JSON, JSON5, XML, HTML, YAML, and CSV

  •    Python

Graphtage is a command-line utility and underlying library for semantically comparing and merging tree-like structures, such as JSON, XML, HTML, YAML, plist, and CSS files. Its name is a portmanteau of “graph” and “graftage”—the latter being the horticultural practice of joining two trees together such that they grow as one. Graphtage performs an analysis on an intermediate representation of the trees that is divorced from the filetypes of the input files. This means, for example, that you can diff a JSON file against a YAML file. Also, the output format can be different from the input format(s). By default, Graphtage will format the output diff in the same file format as the first input file. But one could, for example, diff two JSON files and format the output in YAML. There are several command-line arguments to specify these transformations; please check the --help output for more information.

neo4j-apoc-procedures - Awesome Procedures On Cypher for Neo4j 3

  •    Java

Neo4j 3.2 has increased security for procedures and functions (aka sandboxing). Procedures that use internal APIs have to be allowed in $NEO4J_HOME/conf/neoj4.conf with, e.g. dbms.security.procedures.unrestricted=apoc.trigger.*,apoc.meta.* for security reasons (or apoc.* for all). If you want to use this via docker, you need to amend -e NEO4J_dbms_security_procedures_unrestricted=apoc.\\\* to your docker run …‚Äč command. The three backslashes are necessary to prevent wildcard expansions.


DataStructureAndAlgorithms - Write code that run faster, use less memory and prepare for your Job Interview

  •    Java

In this course you will learn how to Analysis algorithms like Sorting, Searching, and Graph algorithms. And how to reduce the code complexity from one Big-O level to another level. Furthermore, you will learn different type of Data Structure for your code. Also you will learn how to find Big-O for every data structure, and how to apply correct Data Structure to your problem in Java. By the end you will be able to write code that run faster and use low memory. You Also will learn how to analysis problems using Dynamic programming.

petgraph - Graph data structure library for Rust.

  •    Rust

Graph data structure library. Requires Rust 1.12. Dual-licensed to be compatible with the Rust project.

SwiftGraph - A Graph Data Structure in Pure Swift

  •    Swift

SwiftGraph is a pure Swift (no Cocoa) implementation of a graph data structure, appropriate for use on all platforms Swift supports (iOS, macOS, Linux, etc.). It includes support for weighted, unweighted, directed, and undirected graphs. It uses generics to abstract away both the type of the vertices, and the type of the weights. It includes copious in-source documentation, unit tests, as well as search functions for doing things like breadth-first search, depth-first search, and Dijkstra's algorithm. Further, it includes utility functions for topological sort, Jarnik's algorithm to find a minimum-spanning tree, detecting a DAG (directed-acyclic-graph), and enumerating all cycles.

Memgraph - Build modern, graph-based applications on top of your streaming data in minutes

  •    C++

Memgraph is a streaming graph application platform that helps you wrangle your streaming data, build sophisticated models that you can query in real-time, and develop graph applications.

MAGE - Memgraph Advanced Graph Extensions

  •    Python

MAGE (Memgraph Advanced Graph Extensions) contains all available user-defined graph analytics modules and procedures that extend the Cypher query language, written by the team behind Memgraph and its users. It introduces the concept of query modules, user-defined procedures that extend the Cypher query language. These procedures are grouped into modules that can be loaded into Memgraph.

LightGraphs.jl - An optimized graphs package for Julia

  •    Julia

Until an issue with one of our dependencies is resolved, LightGraphs will not work with any Julia 0.7 or 1.0 version that has been built from source on OSX or other systems with a compiler more modern than GCC7. If you use LightGraphs with Julia 0.7 or 1.0, please download a Julia binary. LightGraphs offers both (a) a set of simple, concrete graph implementations -- Graph (for undirected graphs) and DiGraph (for directed graphs), and (b) an API for the development of more sophisticated graph implementations under the AbstractGraph type.

graph - Library of basic graph algorithms

  •    Go

Topological 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.

py-tarjan - Python implementation of Tarjan's strongly connected components algorithm.

  •    Python

Tarjan's algorithm takes as input a directed (possibly cyclic!) graph and returns as output its strongly connected components in a topological order. In various cases, dependencies might be cyclic and a group of interdependant actions must be executed simultaneously. It is not uncommon that the simulataneous execution is costly. With Tarjan's algorithm, one can determine an efficient order in which to execute the groups of interdependant actions.

tf_G - My Final Degree Project called "Algorithms for Big Data: Graphs and PageRank"

  •    TeX

This work consists of a study of a set of techniques and strategies related with algorithm's design, whose purpose is the resolution of problems on massive data sets, in an efficient way. This field is known as Algorithms for Big Data. In particular, this work has studied the Streaming Algorithms, which represents the basis of the data structures of sublinear order o(n) in space, known as Sketches. In addition, it has deepened in the study of problems applied to Graphs on the Semi-Streaming model. Next, the PageRank algorithm was analyzed as a concrete case study. Finally, the development of a library for the resolution of graph problems, implemented on the top of the intensive mathematical computation platform known as TensorFlow has been started.

ratewithscience - Rate things on arbitrary scales using big data and science!

  •    Javascript

A web app for finding a rating scale between two arbitrary things. Ever wanted to rate something on a scale of David Hasselhoff to the Eiffel Tower? Well now you can.Dave Pagurek and I made this for the TerribleHack Winter 2015 hackathon. I wrote the backend, Dave wrote the frontend. I later rewrote the backend in Nim and then D to make it cleaner and easier to deploy as well as learn new languages.






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