# Mixed graph

Can we draw mixed graphs( graphs with some edges oriented while some are not) in sagemath?

Mixed graph

Can we draw mixed graphs( graphs with some edges oriented while some are not) in sagemath?

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I am not sure about your motivation, but a possibility is to use oriented graphs, and put edges from both `a`

to `b`

and `b`

to `a`

when you want to consider `(a,b)`

as a non-oriented edge. This double-edge construction is classical to define non-oriented graphs.

Yes I know that. But I need the diagrams as mixed graph. I need for several purposes. For example I need to print a mixed graph(with some edges without orientation), want its latex commands. Of course I need some operations on mixed graphs, that I had already done using the method you have mentioned.

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2017-03-13 23:16:39 -0500
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Last updated: **Mar 14 '17**

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