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*GrapmML does not have the ability to express "this graph will have only [un]directed edges in it"; there's basically no good way (aside from reading through the entire file twice) to make sure taht a given graph is stricty directed or undirected. (You can specify a _default_ edge type, but that's not a constraint.)
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!!Short Example:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<graphml xmlns=""
 <graph id="G" edgedefault="undirected">
  <node id="n0"/>
  <node id="n1"/>
  <node id="n2"/>
  <node id="n3"/>
  <node id="n4"/>
  <node id="n5"/>
  <node id="n6"/>
  <node id="n7"/>
  <node id="n8"/>
  <node id="n9"/>
  <node id="n10"/>
  <edge source="n0" target="n2"/>
  <edge source="n1" target="n2"/>
  <edge source="n2" target="n3"/>
  <edge source="n3" target="n5"/>
  <edge source="n3" target="n4"/>
  <edge source="n4" target="n6"/>
  <edge source="n6" target="n5"/>
  <edge source="n5" target="n7"/>
  <edge source="n6" target="n8"/>
  <edge source="n8" target="n7"/>
  <edge source="n8" target="n9"/>
  <edge source="n8" target="n10"/>

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!!Example Parsers
from [[JUNG]] [[ |]]
[[ | from Pigale]]

!!Links / info

[[ | GraphML Extension Package (yWorks)]]

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*I would use two tags edge and arc instead of edge+directed/undirected. This is not serious comment because the description is intended to be used mainly by programs. But in general I find GraphML powerful enough to express all the data that I can express in [[Pajek]]'s format.
*XML allows (user's) format extensions.

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Seems like a bunch of projects use it, including [[JUNG]]