VISUALGO: Visualising Data Structures and Algorithms through Animations

VISUALGO: Visualising Data Structures and Algorithms through Animations

 

While surfing on the internet, we found great stuffs. Just like this i got a very good and useful stuffs for Programming Geeks. Its “VISUALGO”. I found this as project by Dr. Steven Halim on NUS School of Computing.

Wondering! what Visualgo does? I am gonna tell you shortly. Its all about searching and sorting algorithms. He has generated a visualized concept of showing how searches, sorts, etc. has been performed with the stepwise explanation. There are much of the algorithms available and its going on developing day-by-day.

List of Algorithms available on Visualgo:

Sorting
Bitmask
List
Binary Search Tree
Binary Heap
Graph Data Structures
Union-Find Disjoint Sets
Segment Trees
Binary Indexed Tree
Generic Recursion Tree/DAG
Graph Traversal
Minimum Spanning Tree
Single-Source Shortest Path
Network Flow
Graph Matching
Suffix Tree
Suffix Array
(Computational) Geometry

Its a good source to study algorithms and get to know how these algorithms work.
[Source: Visualgo]

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Saurav Rastogi

Saurav Rastogi

I am passionate about designs, android, apps & stuffs. I love to design & develop graphics, logos, websites, apps, etc. I am always browsing new & cool technologies on internet. Besides this I am also a freelance writer on blogs. - Follow me @rastogi_saurav

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