I am a NetworkX user thinking on moving to graph-tools.
I developed some basic Vehicle routing algorithms in Networkx some time ago,
but iterating throw the edges was so slow that medium size problems where
really unattainable. (more than 50 nodes)
I want to know if graph-tools is faster iterating throw nodes.
This kind of label-setting algorithms need to go node by node and edge by
edge constructing routes, and the "for" in python is really 'lagging'.
Should I try the same in graph-tools?
thanks in advance.
If your code relies solely on loops implemented in Python, there will
essentially be no difference between graph-tool and networkx. You will
only obtain improvements if the relevant loops are implemented in C++.