In graph theory, there are three common ways to represent a graph: edge list, adjacency list, and adjacency matrix. Each representation has its own advantages and disadvantages. Depending on the algorithm being applied on a graph, one representation might be more efficient than another. In such cases, we might need to convert from one graph representation to another. This article will cover how to convert between these different representations.

## Converting between Edge List and Adjacency List Graph Representation

In this article, we will explore on how to convert from edge list representation of a graph to adjacency list representation and vice versa.
What is an Edge List? An edge list is a way of representing a graph by listing all the edges (connections) between the nodes (vertices) of the graph.
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## Converting between Edge List and Adjacency Matrix Graph Representation

In this article, we will explore on how to convert from edge list representation of a graph to adjacency matrix representation and vice versa.
What is an Edge List? An edge list is a way of representing a graph by listing all the edges (connections) between the nodes (vertices) of the graph.
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## Converting between Adjacency List and Adjacency Matrix Graph Representation

In this article, we will explore on how to convert from adjacency list representation of a graph to adjacency matrix representation and vice versa.
What is an Adjacency List? An adjacency list is a way of representing a graph, where each node is associated with a list of its neighboring nodes (the nodes it is connected to).
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