An R Package

Functions in this package allow for encoding network data as strings of printable ASCII characters and back using ‘graph6’, ‘sparse6’, and ‘digraph6’ formats. This is convenient in a number of contexts, especially when working with large number of graphs. Provided functions allow to directly encode and decode graph data in the form of adjacency matrices, edgelists, network objects and igraph objects to and from these three formats. In collaboration with David Schoch.

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February 22, 2022
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R package
See Also:
Introduction to Network Analysis Tools in R
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