12 questions linked to/from Graph: Coloring parallel edges individually
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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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### Isomorphism of colored multigraphs

Recently I discovered for myself IGraphM package and find it really great! << IGraphM` I am still learning its basic functionality. I need to verify ...
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### Weighted graph with multiple different coloured non-weighted paths - styling

This follows on from my previous question answered here. Ultimately, I now have a graph which I've simplified for posting here: ...
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### GraphUnion but with multiple edges?

I have two graphs G1 and G2 with the same vertex set. I would like to take the union of G1 ...
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### How to get distinct labels on parallel edges in a graph?

The following doesn't display as you'd expect: Graph[{Labeled[1 -> 2, "A"], Labeled[1 -> 2, "B"]}, VertexLabels -> "Name"] The parallel edges are both ...
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### Color edges of a multigraph when there are parallel edges using Graph[] and EdgeStyle

This a related question to : How can I display a multigraph with different colored edges? However I'm not using GraphPlot. Instead I'm using Graph and EdgeStyle attribute. Take this graph : How can I ...
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### How to specify different colors for edges going between the same two vertices in Graph?

Here is an example: edge1 = Property[1 -> 2, EdgeStyle -> Red]; edge2 = Property[1 -> 2, EdgeStyle -> Blue]; Graph[{edge1, edge2}] This does not ...
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### Coloring multi-edges in graphs

I have the following edgelist and colors: ...
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### Adding overlapping non-weighted, directed edges to a weighted, undirected graph

I have the following Mathematica code based on the GDB1 instance from the CARP literature: ...
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### Combining two directed graphs without loosing any edge

I have two directed graphs given below: one={1 -> 2, 1 -> 3, 3 -> 4, 4 -> 1}; two={1 -> 2, 1 -> 3, 1 -> 4}; I simply want to map the two ...