We would also like to serve as a repository for lists of graphs (which can be downloaded in several formats) and graph generators.

Currently we provide only a small selection. Some lists are hosted on our website, while others are direct links to pages hosted by other people. In the latter case the name of the host is listed between brackets. Some of the pages of interesting graph classes also contain links to generators which can be used to generate these graphs.

If you have other complete lists of graphs which you would like to see added to the House of Graphs, don't hesitate to contact us at jan.goedgebeur[at]ugent.be.

- Almost hypohamiltonian graphs
- Alternating plane graphs
- Cographs
- Critical H-free graphs
- Cubic cages (Gordon Royle)
- Cubic graphs
- Directed graphs (Brendan McKay)
- Fullerenes
- Hypohamiltonian graphs
- Interval graphs (Ryuhei Uehara)
- Largest degree-diameter graphs (external)
- Maximal triangle-free graphs
- Minimal Ramsey graphs
- Nut graphs
- Perihamiltonian graphs
- Planar graphs
- Planar hypohamiltonian graphs (Reza Jooyandeh)
- Platypus graphs
- Ramsey numbers
- Regular graphs (Markus Meringer)
- Quartic graphs
- Simple graphs (Brendan McKay)
- Snarks
- Strongly regular graphs (Ted Spence)
- Trees
- Triangle-free k-chromatic graphs
- Uniquely hamiltonian graphs
- Vertex-transitive graphs (Gordon Royle)
- Vertex-transitive cubic graphs (Krystal Guo)

Various other people and research groups have put up web pages with information on graphs (and other combinatorial objects) and lists of graphs that can be downloaded freely. Some of these lists can be found here: