GraphTheory
Maple package Graph Theory. The GraphTheory package is a collection of routines for creating graphs, drawing graphs, manipulating graphs, and testing graphs for properties. The graphs are sets of vertices (nodes) connected by edges. The package supports both directed and undirected graphs but not multigraphs. The edges in the graphs can be weighted or unweighted.
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