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rendering of non-trivial (un)directed graphs, etc., in Wolfram Alpha

Posted 10 years ago

I've been able to visualize trival graphs on the WA site like so: graph [1->2, 2->3, 3->1]

However, if I try to visualize even med. sized graphs (tens of nodes, not thousands) I get a complete fail. (For example, if I try a fully-connected K-10 graphs - not that's what I want to see, I just wrote some quick code else where to get K-10 text as an example to try.) How do I visualize larger graphs, and also do things like enter weighted graphs and find all top best-cost N paths, etc? (Esp. in the case where the graph is a lattice.) I went Pro just to see if this would work :) thanks

POSTED BY: Michael Robin
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