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The latest news and updates on the GD Contest.
The latest news and updates on the GD Contest.

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The graphs for the creative topics on the 25th Graph Drawing Contest are now available on the contest website! We have two nice graphs for you to draw: a graph of relations between Game of Thrones characters, and a graph from the Mathematics Genealogy Project. Time to start drawing!

http://graphdrawing.de/contest2018/topics.html
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The 2017 Graph Drawing report is now online. Congratulations once again to all the winners!

http://www.graphdrawing.de/contest2017/results.html
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The winning submission of the Creative Topics: Human Metabolism. The graph, drawn by Fabian Klute from the Technical University of Vienna and Irene Para from the Technical University of Graz, had an existing drawing: it is the largest manually drawn hypergraph in biology to date that we are aware of.

The contest report with a vector-based version of the drawing, as well as the topic description and other submissions, will become available soon.

dx.doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btw667
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The winning submission of the Creative Topics: Graph Drawing Citations. The graph depicts papers published in the Graph Drawing Symposium, and their mutual citations. This interactive visualisation by Steven Wang from the University of Sydney draws a geolocated map, and allows the user to filter the graph on specific papers, topics, countries, or time periods.

The contest report with a vector-based version of the drawing, as well as the topic description and other submissions, will become available soon.

bit.ly/papercitation
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The Live Challenge of this year's Graph Drawing Contest will take place in less than two weeks! We just made the manual tool and submission system available, so you can already practise your crossing-angle-maximisation-skills.

As in previous years, you will be able to participate in the manual category only if you attend the Graph Drawing Symposium, but remote participation will be possible in the automated category.

http://www.graphdrawing.de/contest2017/challenge.html
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One week left until the deadline for this year's creative topics! Submit your drawings of the Graph Drawing Citation Graph or the Human Metabolism Graph by September 15.

http://www.graphdrawing.de/contest2017/topics.html
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All data for next year's Creative Topics are now available online! The topics were already announced at this year's symposium: a small graph of Graph Drawing citations, and a large graph encoding the human metabolism - the largest manually drawn hypergraph in biology that we are aware of.

http://graphdrawing.de/contest2017/topics.html
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The winning submission of the Creative Topics: Greek Mythology. The graph, drawn by Jonathan Klawitter and Tamara Mchedlidze from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, shows the family "tree" of popular characters from Greek mythology. A vector-based version of the drawing, as well as the topic description and other submissions, can be found on www.graphdrawing.de/contest2016/results.html.
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The winning submission of the Creative Topics: Panama Papers. The graph, drawn by Fabian Klute from the Technical University of Vienna, shows global relations between countries through off-shore companies as revealed by the so-called "Panama papers". A vector-based version of the drawing, as well as the topic description and other submissions, can be found on www.graphdrawing.de/contest2016/results.html.
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The website for the 2016 GD Contest is now online!

We have two nice creative topics this year. The first graph represents relations between countries through off-shore companies, as recently revealed in the so-called "Panama papers". The second graph is a family tree of the most popular (according to the internet) ancient Greek gods. On top of that, there will again be a live challenge during the conference in September!

For details, visit the contest website:
http://graphdrawing.de/contest2016/contest.html
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