[graph-tool-tickets] [graph-tool] Page: Performance changed

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 * The user 'tiago peixoto' has changed the page: Performance.
 * Diff link: <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/wiki/Performance?action=diff&version=25> 

Index: Performance
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--- Performance (version: 24)
+++ Performance (version: 25)
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
 to be considered in detail when considering what is the best library to
 use. Here are a couple of important facts:
 
-* graph-tool's performance comes at the cost of large compilation times and memory required during compilation. This is mostly due to the in-place [/doc/quickstart.html#graph-filtering graph filtering] functionality that the library provides, which none of the others do. Nevertheless, if one is using an operating system for which no [GraphToolDownload pre-compiled binaries] are available, this is an extra burden which the user should consider.
+* graph-tool's performance comes at the cost of increased time and memory required during compilation. This is mostly due to the in-place [/doc/quickstart.html#graph-filtering graph filtering] functionality that the library provides, which none of the others do. Nevertheless, if one is using an operating system for which no [GraphToolDownload pre-compiled binaries] are available, this is an extra burden which the user should consider.
 
 * The igraph library requires less resources for compilation, and comes with additional bindings for the R and C languages which the other two lack.
 

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Page URL: <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/wiki/Performance>
graph-tool <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/>
An efficient python module for graph analysis and manipulation.
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 * The user 'tiago peixoto' has changed the page: Performance.
 * Diff link: <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/wiki/Performance?action=diff&version=25> 

Index: Performance
==============================================================================
--- Performance (version: 24)
+++ Performance (version: 25)
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
 to be considered in detail when considering what is the best library to
 use. Here are a couple of important facts:
 
-* graph-tool's performance comes at the cost of large compilation times and memory required during compilation. This is mostly due to the in-place [/doc/quickstart.html#graph-filtering graph filtering] functionality that the library provides, which none of the others do. Nevertheless, if one is using an operating system for which no [GraphToolDownload pre-compiled binaries] are available, this is an extra burden which the user should consider.
+* graph-tool's performance comes at the cost of increased time and memory required during compilation. This is mostly due to the in-place [/doc/quickstart.html#graph-filtering graph filtering] functionality that the library provides, which none of the others do. Nevertheless, if one is using an operating system for which no [GraphToolDownload pre-compiled binaries] are available, this is an extra burden which the user should consider.
 
 * The igraph library requires less resources for compilation, and comes with additional bindings for the R and C languages which the other two lack.
 

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Page URL: <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/wiki/Performance>
graph-tool <URL:http://graph-tool.skewed.de/>
An efficient python module for graph analysis and manipulation.


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