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Re: Changing Graph style

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  • Subject: [mg114391] Re: Changing Graph style
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at math.umass.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2010 05:19:25 -0500 (EST)

And it would be perhaps even more helpful if all the graph-theoretic 
functionality of Combinatorica could be made fully consistent with the 
kernel's Graph type objects, if not directly in the kernel then at least 
in a new package.

On 12/2/2010 5:37 AM, dr DanW wrote:
> There are lots and lots of styling options in the new Graph function.
> Search on Graph in the Doc Center.  Use SetOptions to use set
> different default options.
>
> One thing which may be confusing you is that Graph is now the third
> implementation of graphing in Mathematica.  The first was in an older
> add on Combinatorica` (which itself went through two major revisions
> as I recall), than the built-in function GraphPlot, and now the first-
> class object Graph.  All of these are still in Doc Center, and you
> have to read carefully to see which is which.  They do not function
> identically.
>
> Wolfram developers: It would be very useful for us to have a tutorial
> that compares and contrasts these three very similar capabilities.
>
> Daniel
>

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