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Loom and Graphs in Clojure

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Graph algorithms are cool and fascinating. We'll look at a graph algorithms and visualization library, Loom, which is written in Clojure. We will discuss the graph API, look at implementation of the ...

Graph algorithms are cool and fascinating. We'll look at a graph algorithms and visualization library, Loom, which is written in Clojure. We will discuss the graph API, look at implementation of the algorithms and learn about the integration of Loom with Titanium, which allows us to run the algorithms on and visualize data in graph databases.

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  • aysylu aysylu @tjclancy Happy to hear about your positive experience! Thank you! Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions. 4 months ago
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  • tjclancy Thomas Clancy, Software Architect at Medallion Analytics Software Corp. I really enjoyed these slides. I've been working with Loom a short time but it is a great way to represent graphs in Clojure. Great work! 4 months ago
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