Graphs and Networks

Graphs and Networks in Mathematica 11

Mathematica Version 11 adds numerous extensions and improvements to its already very strong capabilities in graphs and networks. These include additional graph constructors, new graph properties for curated data, and new domain-specific networks. Performance improvements are available across the board.

Key Features

  • Built-in plot themes to easily tailor plots for graphs. » »
  • Efficient Hamiltonian path function. »
  • Improved rendering of 3D graphs.
  • Extended connectivity capabilities. »
  • Comprehensive support of graphs from nearest neighbors for a variety of data, including numerical, geospatial, textual, and visual. »
  • New graph constructor from nested application of a function. »
  • Build graphs from a relation between arbitrary expressions. »
  • Easily analyze text structures with graphs of phrase structures and grammatical dependencies. »
  • Ready-made graphs from curated data, including ChemicalData and WolframLanguageData. »
  • Build and visualize trees from hierarchical clustering of general data. »

Related Examples

Gallery of Plot Themes »

The Knight's Tour »

Higher-Fidelity Drawing »

Faster Rendering »

Network of Wolfram Language Functions »

Nearest Neighbor Graphs »

Plot Isotope Decay Networks »

Find Connected Graph Components »

Clustering Tree »

Grammatical Structure of Texts »

Bond Connectivity Graph of a Molecule »

Relationship Graphs »