:boom: Interactive and colorful :art: graph theory tutorials made using d3.js :zap:
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D3 Graph Theory
In mathematics, graph theory is the study of graphs, which are mathematical structures used to model pairwise relations between objects. A graph in this context is made up of vertices, nodes, or points which are connected by edges, arcs, or lines. – Wikipedia
D3 Graph Theory is a front-end project aimed at anyone who wants to learn graph theory. It provides a quick and interactive introduction to the subject. The visuals used in the project makes it an effective learning tool.
Topics Covered So Far
The whole content is broken in several units. So far these units have been added.
|1. Vertices and Edges||2. Order and Size of a Graph||3. Degree of a Vertex|
|4. Degree Sequence of a Graph||5. Graphic Sequence||6. Havel-Hakimi Algorithm|
|7. Pigeonhole Principle||8. Regular Graph||9. Complete Graph|
|10. Bipartite Graph||11. Complete Bipartite Graph||12. Walk|
|13. Open vs Closed Walks||14. Connectivity||15. Eulerian Circuit|
|16. Eulerian Trail||17. Graph Coloring||18. k-Colorable Graph|
|19. Chromatic Number||20. Trees||21. Rooted Trees|
|22. Spanning Tree of a Graph|
The project is still expanding. New topics are added from time to time.
These topics are planned to be added.
- Planar Graphs
- Chromatic Number
- Rooted Trees
- Spanning Tree
- Prim’s Algorithm
- Kruskal’s Algorithm
So, keep checking for updates. :smile:
This project is built with the help of following libraries and projects.
- Modal Logic Playground
- GitHub Buttons