Are you trying to generate huge graphs with Wgraph? Wgraph can handle thousands of nodes eand edges. Whether we humans are able to understand the resulting graph is another question ... Anyway, on my local wiki I get a complex graph with your data from Test graph but here in the dpldemo wiki there seems to be a problem. Did you try on your local machine? You should use svg output as this allows better zooming.
If you do not need node layout there is no need to define the nodes.
I took part from your edge list and put it into a different article, named Test graph 2. Applying spring force layout gives a nice impression (you must scroll down, the "real" graph is more in the bottom part ...).
It may happen that clicking on the SVG file leads to a textual view of the SVG code. In such cases it helps to right-click on the image and save the file to a local disk with an EXTENSION OF ".SVG".
- Gero 16:48, 26 September 2007 (CEST)