We are live!
The first beta version of the Encyclopedia of Graphs has been introduced at the Seminar for Discrete Mathematics at the Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Visitors and contributors welcome! GReGAS Atlas Team
Greetings! We just finished adding 8 new collections of graphs that include Arc-transitive tetravalent graphs, Regular graphs, Trees, Vertex-transitive cubic graphs, Highly irregular graphs, Snarks, Cubic graphs, and Strongly regular graphs. Together these collections add more than 1.5 Million graphs and their properties to the Encyclopedia. So much so, that the searching has become a little slow and we have to think about optimizations in the future.
Happy new year!
To start a New Year in fashion, we updated the "About" section and added a new section named "Sources" that lists different sites over the world, which are like us trying to provide you with new and fresh collections as well as software for your research.
We just found out that a new version of nauty (2.6r2) is available. Sparse6 format is now extended with "incremental sparse6", where only the difference from the previous graph is specified. There are also some new tools for generating trees, quartic graphs, heuristics for Hamiltonian cycles, etc. And finally, the maximum number of vertices is now 2 billion. Happy graph generation!
Networks added to the Encyclopedia
Networks are applications of graphs to real-world systems where attributes are associated with the nodes and/or edges. Graphs can be used to model many types of relations and processes in physical, biological, social and information systems. The new Networks collection has 46 graphs (together with visualizations) that are used in research and for testing algorithms.