Title of Oral/Poster Presentation

Using Dot Product Graphs to Represent Biological Relations

Presenter Information

Sean BaileyFollow
Dave BrownFollow

Class

Article

Department

Mathematics and Statistics

Faculty Mentor

Dave Brown

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Abstract

Graphical representation of biological and social networks have become more prevalent as the study of networks has increased. Wolfram Alpha and Facebook have demonstrated graph representations of social networks, but biologists are still seeking more ways to graphically demonstrate connections between species. I will introduce a graphical representation for ecological biologists using dot product graphs. These graphs use vectors to compare vertices and thus allow us to compare species based on n conditions.

Start Date

4-9-2015 12:00 PM

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Using Dot Product Graphs to Represent Biological Relations

Graphical representation of biological and social networks have become more prevalent as the study of networks has increased. Wolfram Alpha and Facebook have demonstrated graph representations of social networks, but biologists are still seeking more ways to graphically demonstrate connections between species. I will introduce a graphical representation for ecological biologists using dot product graphs. These graphs use vectors to compare vertices and thus allow us to compare species based on n conditions.