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Graphy In TBioMed

Graphy In TBioMed

A tiny but significant moment of joy to Rijul and I: a Graphy creation published and live in an international journal, it’s nice to see someone finding Graphy useful enough for the tiny but essential task of drawing a complex graph to embed in a research paper.

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Graphy: In Studio

 

A screenshot gallery; click on a picture to enlarge it.

Constructing A Graph
Constructing A Graph

Adding Edge Weights And Capacities
Adding Edge Weights And Capacities

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Graphy: A First Look

Graphy Screenshot

Graphy is a teaching and learning tool that let’s you visualize graph theoretic algorithms on graphs you can construct yourself. The image above shows one of the graphs we tested Graphy’s step-by-step visualization expertise on; I never thought a depth first search would look that cool. Get Graphy!

Graphy: Alpha Testing Begins!

the graphy website

Take Graphy for a little walk!

And we mean alpha; which is a polite way of telling you that if you’re nice to Graphy, Graphy might be nice to you. Hey, it’s not going to fry your computer, so give it a try! Post in whatever you’d like to say, ask or complain about in the comments to this post; we’ll compile the frequent questions and complaints into our wiki as soon as we get the time.