algebraic-graphs-io: I/O utilities and datasets for algebraic-graphs

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I/O utilities and datasets for algebraic-graphs. See README for details

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Dependencies algebraic-graphs, attoparsec, base (>=4.7 && <5), binary, binary-conduit, bytestring, conduit, conduit-extra, containers, csv-conduit (>=0.7.2), directory, dot (>=0.3), exceptions, filepath, http-conduit, matrix-market-attoparsec, megaparsec, mtl, parser-combinators, primitive, tar-conduit, text, transformers, vector [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright 2020-2021 ocramz
Author Marco Zocca
Maintainer ocramz
Revised Revision 1 made by ocramz at 2020-12-30T11:36:07Z
Category Graphs, Parsing, Data Mining
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Readme for algebraic-graphs-io-0.4

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This package collects I/O utilities for algebraic-graphs : parsers and serializers for common graph data interchange formats, as well as functionality for downloading and caching larger datasets.


Currently the following formats are supported :

  • GML : used by a few common graph software packages (NetworkX, Gephi, graphviz, and others)

  • .tsv : tab-separated list of edge data, used e.g. for the Graph Challenge dataset [1]


The package contains some small example datasets (e.g. "lesmiserables" and "karateclub"); these are provided ready for consumption in Algebra.Graph.IO.Datasets.

There are also bindings to larger datasets, such as the ones provided by the LINQS group [2] (e.g. "citeseer" and "cora").


PRs and contributions welcome!


[1] GraphChallenge