Mathematica packages that enhance Mathematica's graph capabilities, for example by interfacing with external software.

IGraph/M

IGraph/M is a Mathematica package for use in complex networks and graph theory research. It started out as a well-integrated Mathematica interface to igraph, one of the most popular open source network analysis packages available. In addition to exposing igraph functionality to Mathematica, the current version of IGraph/M contains many other functions for working with graphs. Functionality highlights: Interruption support: using Evaluate → Abort Evaluation in Mathematica works with most IGraph/M functions. Network analysis Weighted centrality measures; fast centrality estimation in large graphs; centralization. Community detection algorithms. Count graph motifs (3- and 4-motifs); find triangles. Randomly rewire graphs while keeping their density or degree sequence. Many random graph... Read more.

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Last updated May 21, 2019 igraph graphs networks LibraryLink History Delete Edit Link

IGraphR

Easily access igraph's R interface through RLink. This package automatically translates back and forth between igraph graphs in R and Mathematica's Graph objects.

Last updated September 9, 2015 igraph graphs networks RLink History Delete Edit Link

YTYGraphTransforms

A Mathematica package that contains functions for performing triangle-wye (also delta-wye or ΔY) and wye-triangle (also wye-delta or YΔ) transforms on simple undirected graphs.

Last updated October 31, 2015 graphs History Delete Edit Link