I am writing a graph theory paper about forbidden induced subgraphs. My coauthors and I have a list of 167 graphs that we would like to include in a diagram in the paper. I have generated all of these graphs in Mathematica.
I am trying use Mathematica to make the diagram. I would like to put the graphs into a grid (which I have already done using the Grid function). I have a frame around each section of the grid. I would like this grid to be numbered, so that each section has a small number in the corner of the frame. I would also like to label the graphs within each frame with various characters, corresponding to various properties they have. For example, I may want certain graphs toi have an asterisk next to them.
My question is this: is Grid the right way to do this? I don't know a lot of commands and I can't find the answer elsewhere. Grid doesn't seem to be able to put numbers into the corners of the frames.
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I like Sascha's answer about putting the text into a row below below each row of graphs. However I now have the following conundrum: I want to make the rows containing the graphs uniform in size, and I also want the rows containing text to be uniform, but much smaller. How do I control the size of the rows separately?