Hi. I have been working on an open-source project called D3 Graph Theory. It is aimed at anyone who wants to learn graph theory in an interactive manner. The project makes extensive use of visuals to explain concepts.

This project is still under development. And I think the Brilliant community can provide me with genuine ideas and feedback on this project. Kindly check it out and give suggestions. Thank you.

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TopNewestThis is so cool!

Another nice resource for Algorithm Visualization is visualgo.net

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Just checked it. Visualgo is awesome. I think I can take some inspiration from it. Thanks.

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I absolutely love it! Enjoyed the interactivity, as well as your explanations. Keep up the good work!

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@Avinash Pandey Love it. Your website beautiful and insanely responsive.

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I glad you liked it. Thnx for feedback.

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UPDATE: Three new units have been added to the app: - Graph Coloring - k-Colorable Graph - Chromatic Number

Check them out and fill colors in graph representations of icosahedron and rhombic dodecahedron.

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