Tool for creating, manipulating, and studying graphs
GraphThing is a tool for creating, manipulating, and studying graphs. These "graphs" are mathematical objects, that describe the relationships between sets; they are not 2D plots, charts, or any other sort of visual object. Current features include:
- Ability to add, delete and move vertices and edges
- Ability to load and save graphs
- Graph complements and subgraphs
- Quick creation of many common graphs (complete, cycle, null, star, etc.)
- Ability to determine shortest path, connectivity and Eulericity
- Adjacency matrix (including exponents) and degree sequence
- Chromatic polynomial and chromatic number
6 March 2003
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