[R-sig-Geo] graph theory

Ben Madin lists at remoteinformation.com.au
Sun Apr 10 06:45:33 CEST 2011

You could also look at network & sna in the Social Sciences Task View - they have some good examples.



On 10/04/2011, at 1:35 AM, ldecola at comcast.net wrote:

> I'm teaching a GIS data structures using sp and I'd like to give a class on basic graphs. Does anyone have any experience with the various R packages in this area - what I have found so far: 
> diagram Functions for visualising simple graphs (networks), plotting flow diagrams 
> GrapheR A multiplatform GUI for drawing customizable graphs in R 
> giRaph The giRaph package for graph representation in R 
> graph graph: A package to handle graph data structures 
> igraph Network analysis and visualization 
> mathgraph Directed and undirected graphs 
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