Groups & Graphs
software package for graphs, digraphs, graph embeddings, projective configurations, polyhedra, convex hulls,
combinatorial designs, automorphism groups, and fractals. Version 3.6.0 is now available, with a number of new features.
Click on News for the most recent info.
An updated list of torus maps is available.
Andrew Chalaturnyk's Hamilton Cycle code is now available.
This is C-code under the GNU licence which compiles to a unix tool to find
hamilton cycles very fast. Go to the Downloads page.
Groups & Graphs 3.6.0 for OS X.
G&G requires the Carbon environment in OSX. This is available in OSX 10.7 (Mountain Lion). It is not supported in OSX 10.12 (Sierra).
Click for info on using G&G. The overview contains sample windows for graphs, digraphs, groups, torus maps, projective maps, sphere maps, projective configurations, polyhedra, and fractals. It also contains pictures of some interesting graphs. Sources of information for some of the algorithms are also available.
Windows or Linux users: G&G is not available for MS Windows or Linux.
However many computers that run Windows or Linux
can also run Haiku . G&G also runs in Haiku.
See the G&G Haiku page.
G&G can also be run in a Haiku virtual box in OSX, Windows, or Linux.
Graph Theory Textbook
Many of the algorithms used by G&G are described in
the textbook Graphs, Algorithms, and Optimization by William Kocay and Donald L. Kreher, Chapman & Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2005. The second edition
(2016) is now available.
It is available from amazon.com.
Some Features of G&G
Visual graph/digraph editor;
Graph isomorphism algorithm;
Graph embeddings in the plane, sphere, torus, and projective plane;
Hamiltonian cycles, planarity test, planar layout, torus maps, sphere maps, projective maps;
Line graphs, neighbour graphs, bipartite doubles, distance-k graphs, antipodal graphs;
Orbits, generators, elements of permutation groups;
Block systems, commutator subgroups, stabilisers, quotient groups, Sylow subgroups;
Cayley graphs, double cosets, normalizers, centralizers;
Point-line configurations in the real projective plane;
3D and 4D Polyhedra, Convex Hulls;
Fractals -- Julia sets and the Mandelbrot set;