[python-uk] Library for (undirected) graphs in Python?
robinshields at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 21:47:01 CET 2011
So you're doing some kind of network analysis? Tell us more (just out of
interest, or tell me more off-list).
All I can suggest is http://gitorious.org/projects/graphine/pages/Home, that
is just from searching, haven't tried it myself. I've often found with
graphing that it is quicker and easier just to write it myself, but I can be
a bit stubborn. If it works, let me know.
On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 7:27 PM, Sebastian Komianos <sebkom at nerdvana.gr>wrote:
> Good evening everyone,
> I am a newcomer to Python and I am using it for my dissertation (not a PhD,
> just a Bachelor! :)) project.
> I've reached the point where I need to create a few very basic undirected
> graphs. I spent the last hour or so searching online but have so far failed
> to find a library that works with Python 3. NetworkX (
> http://networkx.lanl.gov/index.html) looked great and is quite popular
> from what I've gathered but its drawing module is not Python 3 compatible.
> Which is a pity because all I wanted is some very very basic graphs. All the
> other libraries I've found so far either don't support drawing or are
> extremely complex for my needs.
> Now, maybe the solution is to use Python 2.6 instead. Before starting
> working on my project I knew nothing about Python, which is one of the
> reasons I chose it over, say, Java, and thought that the 3rd version is the
> way to go. Is it not?
> Thank you very much for your time in advance,
> Sebastian Komianos
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