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JgraphT

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

JgraphT

From the webpage:

JGraphT is a free Java graph library that provides mathematical graph-theory objects and algorithms. JGraphT supports various types of graphs including:

  • directed and undirected graphs.
  • graphs with weighted / unweighted / labeled or any
    user-defined edges.
  • various edge multiplicity options, including: simple-graphs,
    multigraphs, pseudographs.
  • unmodifiable graphs – allow modules to provide
    "read-only" access to internal graphs.
  • listenable graphs – allow external listeners to track modification events.
  • subgraphs graphs that are auto-updating subgraph views on
    other graphs.
  • all compositions of above graphs.

Although powerful, JGraphT is designed to be simple and type-safe (via Java generics). For example, graph vertices can be of any objects. You can create graphs based on: Strings, URLs, XML documents, etc; you can even create graphs of graphs! This code example shows how.

Other features offered by JGraphT:

Suggestions of other graph exploration software?