Credits

NetworkX was originally written by Aric Hagberg, Dan Schult, and Pieter Swart, and has been developed with the help of many others. Thanks to everyone who has improved NetworkX by contributing code, bug reports (and fixes), documentation, and input on design, features, and the future of NetworkX.

Contributions

This section aims to provide a list of people and projects that have contributed to networkx. It is intended to be an inclusive list, and anyone who has contributed and wishes to make that contribution known is welcome to add an entry into this file. Generally, no name should be added to this list without the approval of the person associated with that name.

Creating a comprehensive list of contributors can be difficult, and the list within this file is almost certainly incomplete. Contributors include testers, bug reporters, contributors who wish to remain anonymous, funding sources, academic advisors, end users, and even build/integration systems (such as TravisCI).

Do you want to make your contribution known? If you have commit access, edit this file and add your name. If you do not have commit access, feel free to open an issue, submit a pull request, or get in contact with one of the official team members.

A supplementary (but still incomplete) list of contributors is given by the list of names that have commits in networkx’s git repository. This can be obtained via:

git log --raw | grep "^Author: " | sort | uniq

A historical, partial listing of contributors and their contributions to some of the earlier versions of NetworkX can be found here.

Original Authors

Aric Hagberg
Dan Schult
Pieter Swart

Contributors

Optionally, add your desired name and include a few relevant links. The order is partially historical, and now, mostly arbitrary.

Support

networkx and those who have contributed to networkx have received support throughout the years from a variety of sources. We list them below. If you have provided support to networkx and a support acknowledgment does not appear below, please help us remedy the situation, and similarly, please let us know if you’d like something modified or corrected.

Research Groups

networkx acknowledges support from the following:

Funding

networkx acknowledges support from the following:

  • Google Summer of Code via Python Software Foundation

  • U.S. Army Research Office grant W911NF-12-1-0288

  • DARPA Physical Intelligence Subcontract No. 9060-000709

  • NSF Grant No. PHY-0748828

  • John Templeton Foundation through a grant to the Santa Fe Institute to study complexity

  • U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the U.S. Army Research Office under contract number W911NF-13-1-0340