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Making Graphs

Adjacency matrices are intuitive representations of graphs.  Mathematica allows you to go back and forth between adjacency matrix and  visualization of graph.

In exploring the dynamic (interactive) features of Mathematica and thinking about various small graphs/networks I might like to visualize, I attempted to  use Mathematica to achieve this.

The following video illustrates a first attempt.  It allows an arbitrary number of vertices.  Once started it works fine. There is an issue with the use of Dynamic[] and the way I created the variable names, that leads to it freezing. I resolve this just by changing the variable name. It is a self referential issue that interferes with updating. I have not resolved this.

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