Rust force-directed-graph Projects
Python library for embedding large graphs in 2D space, using force-directed layouts.Project mention: Hacker News top posts: Nov 29, 2022 | /r/hackerdigest | 2022-11-29
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A Force Directed Graph Framework for Rust.Project mention: GUI tool to Visualize a large number of nodes in a graph (like gephi) | /r/rust | 2022-10-12
I wrote a library named fdg which can do this. Currently it doesn't have any implementations of the "state of the art" graphing algorithms that gephi has like ForceAtlas2 or Yifian Hu, but it should be good for your purposes if you're <2000 nodes by my estimates.
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