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    Question Creating Graphs....?

    I want to design a graph in java but i don't know any library that helps me to do that. Could anyone tell me a solution about that? I found JGraphT but i don't know how to install library. If anyone know how to install it please post it!

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Creating Graphs....?

    Define Graph...I presume since you mention JGraphT you mean a network type Graph. JUNG is also a very comprehensive library you might want to look at.

    To use the library, you must add it to your classpath. If you are using an IDE, this is specific to the IDE. For command line, see:
    PATH and CLASSPATH (The Java™ Tutorials > Essential Classes > The Platform Environment)

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    Default Re: Creating Graphs....?

    I want to create a directed graph, more specifically i want to create reducible permutation graphs. I am using NetBeans. Do you know where i can find classpath and edit it?

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    Default Re: Creating Graphs....?

    you may also draw graph simply using applets, if you want so ,by getParameter() method .and for this concern ,read balaguruswamy

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