Adam Barber, MathWorks
Model networks, connections, and relationships with new MATLAB® datatypes for directed and undirected graphs. Graphs are applicable to a wide variety of physical, biological, and information systems. They can model neurons, flight patterns, circuits, social networks, systemic risk and more.
This video introduces new datatypes in MATLAB: graphs and digraphs. These datatypes provide easy interfaces for creation, analysis, and visualization. In the video, you will learn to:
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