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Tree and Graph structures in Python.

Hi all,

Are there any tree or graph modules available for python?



Mar 14 '06 #1
5 1674
Google for "boost graph python"

Mar 14 '06 #2

(Some of them are just explanations, or interfaces with a well known
graph plotting package).
With Google you can probably find 2-4 other libraries...
I think there are so many of them because some people need them, but
there isn't a standard one yet in the built-in library.


Mar 14 '06 #4
Istvan Albert wrote:
See this:


Or if you want to be able to handle large graphs efficiently, igraph
might be a good choice:


It's written in pure C, but has a Python interface and according to my
measurements, it's much faster than any other Python graph package. The
Python interface really needs some documentation, though, because now
the only way to figure things out is to call help(igraph.Graph) after
importing the module. (Or read the documentation of the C interface and
hope that the function arguments are the same :))

Tamas <nt****@gmail.com>

Mar 15 '06 #5
Thanks guys. The networkx and igraph packages look to have the sort of
features I want. I'm surprised there's nothing in the standard module
library really.


Mar 15 '06 #6

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