# Description

Algorithmic Graph Theory application with option to export to TiKZ and

Metapost and send source code by email and copy to clipboard.

Metapost and send source code by email and copy to clipboard.

Graph theory and algorithm application. This app lets you create and

edit undirected simple graphs, as well as analyze properties of the

graph, and furthermore allows you to export the graphs in Tikz and

Metapost format.

The app has several built-in algorithms, especially exact NP-hard

problems like (Connected) Vertex Cover, Clique, Independent Set,

Dominating Set, Odd Cycle Transversal, Feedback Vertex Set, Steiner

tree, Minimum fill-in, Treewidth, Bandwidth, and other "simpler"

problems, like connectivity, diameter, girth, cut vertices and

bridges.

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Rating

Helpfulness

All Versions

All Versions

Latest Version

3.9

159 total

5 92

4 19

3 13

2 5

1 30

Yasiru Ratnayake

Excellent! Low ratings due to misunderstanding what it is? Hoping for more features for network analysis, but the algorithmic stuff is first-rate. Interface is simple and easy to use.

Megan Boes

Amazed This app must have been written by serious mathematicians, thanks for a great tool. Took a few minutes to figure out how to use. Girth didn't work for my huge graph (160+ edges). I'm still amazed. Does things I've only dreamed of.

User reviews

amazing this is very well made. I tried several apps and this was the best

Looks awesome Works great! Get to use the entire surface for drawing! The interface is quite intuitive and takes just a few second to figure out. Good idea!

good! Its nice but the text is really small with the resolution on my galaxy s3

# What's New

* Steiner tree

* Minimum fill-in

* Line Graph

* Completely new interface

* Algorithm progress bars

* Improved spring layout

* Grid background

* Treewidth

* Perfect Code detection

* Max Flow

* Balanced Separator

* Connected Vertex Cover

* Hamiltonian Cycle and Path

* Strongly Regular Graph detection: srg(v,k,λ,μ).

* Find Regularity Deletion Set, FVS, OCT & Euler test

* Find cut vertices, bridges, Dominating Set, Girth, Diameter

* Export: Tikz and Metapost

# Additional information

Updated

March 2, 2015

Size

227k

Installs

50,000 - 100,000

Current Version

1.0

Requires Android

2.3.3 and up

Content Rating

Everyone

Permissions

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Algoritmegruppen

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