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Szabolcs Horvát
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Yes, I can reproduce the problem in 13.1. I am surprised that it does not work in that version. I would report the problem to Wolfram Support and ask if the change is intentional.
Don't worry about the red colouring here. This is only because the builtin HierarchicalClustering package hasn't been updated to make use of SyntaxInformation. These options work correctly. The highlighting can be safely ignored.
You did not elaborate on what exactly you want to show by using vertex weights in the graph layout, so I will go with the following: - Let high-weight vertices repulse other vertices. This creates space around them for drawing them in a larger...
If you work with graphs and colourings in Mathematica, you may find the [IGraph/M](http://szhorvat.net/mathematica/IGraphM/) package interesting. It has had very competitive graph colouring functionality for many years now, and also provides most...
In 12.3, there is a nice dialog box that comes up and tells me how to install ffmpeg with MacPorts: ![enter image description here][1] Clicking the command copies it. The problem is that _it copies the wrong command_. The clipboard will...
The functions `IGDistanceCounts` and `IGNeighborhoodSize` form my IGraph/M package make it possible to do similar calculations with better performance, and the soon-to-come `IGNeighborhoodCloseness` will make it even easier. --- > I wrote a...
Unfortunately, I do not know the answer to this. I rarely use Windows these days, and when I do, I usually install the Visual Studio command line tools, even if they are large.
IGraph/M now has its own DOI, and you can find citation information here: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1134932 There is a "cite as" box on the right hand side, a bit down on the page.
> My uneducated guess is that the mouse action in "Save Graphics As" does not touch the kernel, and it is thus blissfully unaware of the above command. I'm sorry, I misunderstood what you were asking, but I cannot delete the previous post. What...
> I was asking about the rational behind the decision to implement the parameter to both functions in different ways?! There is no difference. Can you show an example that demonstrates a difference?