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accepted Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
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comment Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
the option i was looking for is UndirectedEdge[] in graph command. :)
Apr
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comment Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
This is, very much what I want. Though its odd how above command considers c={1,2} d={4,2} a={3,0} & b={3,7} (guess its mathematica bug!!?) but its nice that vertices are plotted proportionally to their coordinates.
Apr
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comment Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
Actually, using adjacency matrix and graph plot I am able to plot unconnected vertices but the sense of Voronoi diagram is lost as graph plot does not follow coordinates systems(i.e. no directional or distance correctness).
Apr
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comment Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
I do have version 8, but Graph command doesn't seems to plot unconnected vertices. I don't think Computational geometry package will be helpful as I am looking for visualization only.
Apr
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comment Visualizing the output of a Voronoi diagram computation
Yup, I am looking just to plot my result of Voronoi diagram and not to compute them. Lets say; a={1,2};b={4,2};c={3,0};d={3,7}. So is there a way to plot an edge(c,d) and points a and b?
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