Questions about handling graphs in Mathematica, graph theory, graph visualization, GraphPlot, the built-in Graph type and the Combinatorica` package.

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Why the Mouse dragging response not as smooth as Locator

I am experimenting to use MouseDragged eventhandler to change the vertices positions of a triangle, it works, but not as smooth as using Locators. Is this the ...
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Flow in pipeline graph

I have pipeline directed graph which has one source and several sinks ...
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How to extract edgeweights from a graph

I have a graph with weighted edges, and I'd like to obtain the edge weights of the edges in the graph. Is there a nicer way of doing this than getting the ...
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Coloring edges of a graph according to their weight?

What's the simplest way to plot a graph with weighted edges, such that the color of the edge corresponds to the weight of the edge?
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How to color edges of a graph which has multiple edges connecting certain vertices

I'm studying BIBD(Balanced Incomplete Block Design) and want to draw some graphs by coloring their blocks in different colors, respectively. A block is a collection of edges (or vertices). For ...
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How to turn a random graph into a matrix

I have constructed a random graph with Mathematica using the RandomGraph command. Now I would like to convert this graph to a matrix, but I don't know how. The ...
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Coloring edges in GraphPlot

I'm a little stuck with graph drawing part of my research — I can't use the Graph function for plotting my graphs, because my graph is a multi-graph. ...
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How can I draw a polygon from a set of angles?

In recreational mathematics, polytans are polygons formed by edge-connecting isosceles right triangles. Order-n polytans are those constructed from n such triangles. My question is this: Given a ...
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Truncate TreeForm to show only the top

For some expressions, TreeForm may grow very long. I'm only interested in the top levels of the expression. How can I get the tree form of only the first levels an ...
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Fractal dimension of a large networked molecular system

I am trying to determine the fractal dimension of this complex biomolecule (figure attached). Any clues as to how this can be done. In trying to determine this quantity, I wonder how its ...
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Nested list to graph

The following nested list can be regarded as a representation of a (tree) graph: ...
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Generating a (random) 2-dimensional cellular network

I want to generate a network of random cells like the following picture: The general idea is to generate some random points (x,y) as coordinate of a vertex and then randomly choose some of these ...
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Export Graph to PDF

I know that I exported Graphs to PDFs before but it doesn't seem to work any more. I tried K5 = GraphData[{"Complete", 5}] Export["K5.PDF", K5] And I get a PDF ...
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What algorithm is Mathematica 9 using for “SpectralEmbedding” of graphs?

When I specify that a graph should be realized using the "SpectralEmbedding" procedure, what paper / algorithm for spectral embedding is this based on? I was unable to find any documentation for ...
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How to view all graphs available in GraphData?

Is there a "gallery" view of all the graphs available in GraphData? I realize that some graphs may not lend themselves to such representation (e.g. some may have ...
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Enumerate the 1-factors (perfect matchings) of $K_n$

Introduction I would like to enumerate the 1-factors, or (near-)perfect matchings, of the complete graph Kn. The adjacency list representation for Kn is basically { (x, y) | 1 ≤ x < y ≤ n }. For ...
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Flow/graph-based programming in Mathematica?

Is it possible in Mathematica to write a program inside a graph? For example if you have a bunch of different If[] statements that you need to embed within one ...
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Visualize the output of Trace in a tree structure

The output of Trace[expr] can be nicely represented as a tree, I guess. Here is an example trace. ...
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How to determine edgeweights from width of skeleton using MorphologicalGraph (or workaround)?

Background I'm trying to create a workaround for what seems to be a bug in MMA's graph functions related to edge weights: SO: How to Label Graph Edges with their weights According to MMA's ...
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Tooltip not working in web deployed cdf

I deployed a CDF file in a web page. I used both Mouseover and Tooltip functions. They both work in the raw CDF file. The ...
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How do I reorder vertices in a graph?

I have a directed acyclic graph $g$, and I'd like to re-order the vertices in this graph object such that when I call VertexList[myGraph] the vertices appear in ...
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Property assignment on a graph vertex using PropertyValue does not work inside a function

I created this function: AddStone[board_Graph, v_, s : white | black | empty] := PropertyValue[{board, v}, VertexState] = s This function should change the ...
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Setting PropertyValue for VertexWeight is not persistent

g = CompleteGraph[8, VertexSize -> Medium]; PropertyValue[{g, VertexList[g][[1]]}, VertexWeight] = 10; PropertyValue[g, VertexWeight] ...
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Ordering vertices with minimum Edge Crossing in Circular Graphs

Weighted and sorted Mathematica circular graphs are shown below. My question is how to reorder the vertices in such a way that they have minimum cuts (intersection of edges) while keeping the circular ...
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Vertices, their labels, and how to refer to them?

In the examples I have seen, graph vertices in Mathematica are usually explicit small integers. However, Wolfram documentation says that vertices can be any arbitrary expression (eg., george, x^2, ...
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Connect neighbouring points as list of segments in 2 D

Context I am interested in connecting neighboring points in 2/3D as list of segments. I am guessing this is something within the reach of graph theory, which is well implemented in mathematica. ...
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Graph rendering not working as expected

I'm running the older Mathematica v6 which seems to go through the edges of graphs twice. Is this a bug? Is it fixed on the latest version? Please just try this command: ...
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Interactive Graph Editing with Animation

I want to make a simple interactive user interface like this: Such that when the user clicks on the "Add Edge" button, the edge specified by from and to fiels is added to the graph. The new graph ...
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HighlightGraph and Hyperlink

In the documentation of Mathematica it is mentioned that you can use Hyperlink and Tooltip as wrapper in a similar manner as ...
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Is there a function to generate a minimal clique cover?

This is a graph problem known as the "Clique Edge Cover" or "Intersection Number" problem, and the goal is to find, from a given graph like $E=\{\{a,b\},\{a,c\},\{b,c\},\{b,d\},\{c,d\}\}$ and ...
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Graph and Markov Chain

I have the following code: proc = DiscreteMarkovProcess[1, {{0.6, 0.4}, {0.3, 0.7}}] Graph[{"A", "E"}, proc, GraphStyle -> "DiagramBlue"] How can I 'force' ...
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Travelling salesman with start and end points for 30 points

I am doing a route optimisation for delivery vehicles and failing dismally. Please see problem statement below. My current solution uses FindShortestTour, but this does not have defined start and end ...
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How to create a planar graph from a set of random points

Question Given a set of points in the plane, how can you create a planar graph in the standard graph representation of Mathematica (version 9 or higher), from these points? Background A planar ...
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Enumerating all connected graphs with 9 vertices

The version of my Mathematica is 10. I generate a connected graph with 9 vertices, but find that it is not included in Mathematica. ...
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How to display edge labels above edges?

The following code shows that edge labels "cover" edges in GraphPlot3D ...
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StandardForm on Graph edges

The Graph command displays edge labels in TraditionalForm. I instead want to use ...
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Converting expressions to “edges” for use in TreePlot, Graph

This question is similar to this: Nested list to graph. How to "flatten" an arbitrary expression, eg expr = a[b[c, d[e][f], g], h] to a list of key-value pairs ...
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Rendering polygon as graph with directed edges in Mathematica

In Mathematica I'm trying to render a polygon as a set of vertices and directed edges. What I have so far: ...
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Visualizing subgraphs while specifying the locations of vertexes

I would like to visualize separate connected components of a graph defined by data points lying in the two-dimensional plane by surrounding each connected component subgraph by a bounding curve. I ...
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Graph expansion on Mathematica

Is there a way by which Mathematica can be given a graph as an input and be asked to find its expansion? Note: By "expansion" I mean the quantity called "isoperimetric number" or "Cheeger constant", ...
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Improving performance in the generation of random (directed acyclic) graphs

I need to generate large (directed, acyclic, transitive) graphs. My code in Mathematica gets very slow for large numbers of vertices. I've tried a number of approaches and I can't find any significant ...
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How to find the Shortest Path, visiting ALL vertices, without coming back to the start (Hamiltonian Path, minimum distance)

A car has to pick up each person and take them to their destination. I am trying to find the shortest tour that will do this. How can I find the shortest path between any s and t.... visiting all ...
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GraphIntersection Problem

I Have a problem when plotting 2 functions. I want to find out where the two graphs intersect eachother. That said, I want the coordinates (x, y) of the point. ...
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How to display each step of an A star algorithm?

I wrote a pathfinding program: A*, which is an extension of Dijkstra. I want to see the result of each step at a time. Which function should I use? The main program is the notebook Astar, which is ...
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Colorize and the Four-Color Theorem

We can write: MorphologicalComponents[image] // Colorize To assign a random set of colors to each component in some image. The example used for reference by ...
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Centrality measures for single nodes

I am producing a graph, generated by a list of adjacent nodes. (The list looks like {1 ->583, 1->2977, 2->14, 4->1293, 5->221, ...}. Each node of my ...
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Keeping vertexcoordinates after adding a new vertex

I want to add a new vertex to a graph, with fixed VertexCoordinates but when I use VertexAdd, the new graph does not have the VertexCoordinates of the previous one. ...
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Is there something wrong with VertexConnectivity

Note: this is fixed in version 10. As I noticed in the documentation VertexConnectivity is defined as the following The vertex connectivity of a graph $g$ is ...