## What is used to visualize NetworkX graphs?

Option 1: NetworkX NetworkX has its own drawing module which provides multiple options for plotting. Below we can find the visualization for some of the draw modules in the package. Using any of them is fairly easy, as all you need to do is call the module and pass the G graph variable and the package does the rest.

**How do you plot communities on NetworkX?**

What you want to do is the following:

- Position the communities with respect to each other: create a new, weighted graph, where each node corresponds to a community, and the weights correspond to the number of edges between communities.
- Position the nodes within each community: for each community, create a new graph.

**How do you create a weighted graph in NetworkX?**

Weighted graphs using NetworkX

- NOTE: The approach outlined here works well for a small set of nodes.
- a) Iterate through the graph nodes to gather all the weights.
- b) Get unique weights.
- c) Loop through the unique weights and plot any edges that match the weight.
- d) Normalize the weights.
- e) Make changes to the weighting.

### How do you draw a network graph in Python?

Network Graphs in Python

- In this example we show how to visualize a network graph created using networkx . Install the Python library networkx with pip install networkx .
- Create random graph.
- Create Edges.
- Color Node Points.
- Create Network Graph.
- Network graphs in Dash.
- Reference.
- What About Dash?

**What is Louvain clustering?**

The Louvain algorithm is a hierarchical clustering algorithm, that recursively merges communities into a single node and executes the modularity clustering on the condensed graphs.

**What is K clique community?**

A k-clique community is the union of all cliques of size k that can be reached through adjacent (sharing k-1 nodes) k-cliques. Parameters GNetworkX graph kint. Size of smallest clique. cliques: list or generator. Precomputed cliques (use networkx.find_cliques(G))

## What is the use of Networkx?

NetworkX is a package for the Python programming language that’s used to create, manipulate, and study the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex graph networks.

**How do I show weight on edge in NetworkX?**

Colouring the edges by weight in networkx (Matplotlib)

- Set the figure size and adjust the padding between and around the subplots.
- Initialize a graph with edges, name, or graph attributes.
- Add nodes to the current graph.
- Add edges to the current graph’s nodes.
- Iterate the given graph’s edges and set some weight to them.

**What is a weighted graph?**

A weighted graph is a graph with edges labeled by numbers (called weights). In general, we only consider nonnegative edge weights. Sometimes, ∞ can also be allowed as a weight, which in optimization problems generally means we must (or may not) use that edge.