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Graph Graphs / 2010-10-06
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Just because I wondered what it looked like, I generated a few directed graphs of undirected graphs:

The vertices in this directed graph are all of the undirected graphs on four vertices, where two graphs are connected if you can add an edge to one to obtain the other. Here’s five and six:

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