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### How to put the graph in a matrix or list

I have get some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage, but it failed. This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the graph in a matrix or list

I have get some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage, but it failed. This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the graph drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have get some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage, storage these drawings of graph , but it failed. This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have get some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we get output:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have get got some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we get output:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have got some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we get got 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we get output:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have got some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we got 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we get output:got noting from outputs:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have got some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we got 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we got noting from outputs:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]:
vertexcolor="Gold"])


My points are less than 60 points, I can’t upload corresponding pictures, sorry.

### How to put the drawing of graphs in a matrix or list

I have got some graphs on 5 vertices.

count = 0
for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
count = count+1
print(count)


we got 19 graphs. I want to show them but get long output using following codes, and it is very bad for viewing.

   for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5"):
g.show()


I thought of using matrix or list storage these drawings of graph , but it failed.

glist= [g for g in graphs.nauty_geng("5 1:5")]
map(show,glist)


we got noting from outputs:

<map object at 0x6fdf37c3cf8>


This is what Maple did well.

with(GraphTheory):
graphsof5c := [NonIsomorphicGraphs(5, 1..5,output = graphs, outputform = graph)]: