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Try getting the plot in the Jmol viewer without assigning it to a variable, so just

graphs.DodecahedralGraph().plot3d()


Once in the Jmol viewer right-click the graph and choose 'Style -> Stereographic -> Red+Cyan'. After this you can right click the graph again and choose 'File -> Export PNG Image'. This should get you some version of the image you want.

Try getting the plot in the Jmol viewer without assigning it to a variable, so just

graphs.DodecahedralGraph().plot3d()


Once in you have the Jmol viewer right-click the graph and choose 'Style -> Stereographic -> Red+Cyan'. After this

If you are not using the notebook (ie. running Jmol as an application), you can right click the graph again and choose 'File -> Export PNG Image'.

If you are using the notebook (ie. running Jmol as an applet), you can click the "Toggle Advanced Controls" buton and then the "Get Static Image to Save (Sleep)" button.

This should get you some version of the image you want.

Edit: Doing this in the notebook is slightly different, updated answer.