[python-uk] Library for (undirected) graphs in Python?
mauve at mauveweb.co.uk
Tue Jan 25 10:48:40 CET 2011
On 24/01/11 22:29, Alex Willmer wrote:
> The only program I know for (un)directed graphs is Graphviz and
> associated DOT format. For which there a few hits:
You don't need a library to use graphviz. graphviz has a command-line
interface that renders a DOT file. A DOT file is just a list of nodes
and edges and how they should be drawn.
At its simplest an undirected graph in DOT format is written like:
A -- B;
B -- C;
B -- D;
This is easy to generate with any version of Python.
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