An Interactive Large Graph Visualizer
Real-world information can often be expressed as a graph that consists of nodes and edges. Graphs are often effectively represented in a visual manner. To make visual representations of graphs easily available, researchers have proposed numerous techniques for automatic visualization of graphs .
An important class of graphs is the general undirected graph, which imposes no restrictions on its structure as well as having no directed edges. The forcedirected approach  is often adopted to visualize general undirected graphs, and works well for graphs with hundreds of nodes.
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