Join us for our introduction to graphs and networks in the Wolfram Language. This talk will demonstrate how to construct a graph object from scratch or from predefined data sources.
Using the Wolfram Language's unique representation of data, structure and meaning, we will show how complex analysis can be obtained from any arbitrary graph structure and how easily graph visualizations can be customized to a user's individual requirements. We will also show how dynamic functionality can be used to add a new level of interactivity to your visualizations.
This webinar is ideal for anyone with an interest in the Wolfram Language looking to learn a versatile aspect of the language.