Graph theory and network analysis are used to model and analyze connections between entities in the real world—the World Wide Web, social networks and airline routes, just to name a few. The Wolfram Language provides a unified computational perspective from across multiple disciplines in the application of graphs and networks. This video class covers the fundamental properties of graphs and explores workflows available for network modeling and analysis.
Featured Products & Technologies: Wolfram Language, Mathematica
You'll Learn To
- Work with representations of graphs in the Wolfram Language
- Build graphs and network models from imported and built-in data
- Create visualizations of graphical information
- Use functions to obtain properties, paths, cycles and centrality of graphs