The following are complete examples for the utilization of the graph server, including creating, solving, and querying graphs.

- Network Graphs & Solvers REST Tutorial (DC)
- Tutorial for using Network Graphs & Solvers with the REST API
- Network Graphs & Solvers GUI Tutorial (DC)
- Tutorial for using Network Graphs & Solvers with
*GAdmin* - Fitting Road Network Data to a Graph Tutorial (DC)
- Tutorial for fitting road network data to a graph

- Query Graph - Social (No External Dataset)
- Example of querying relationships between people using relationship and interest information.

- Match Graph - Markov Chain (Seattle)
- Example of using GPS sample data to match to road network data in Seattle.
- Match Graph - Multiple Supply Demand (DC)
- Example of using a map of D.C. roads to match suppliers with demands.

- Solve Graph - Backhaul (Seattle)
- Example of using road network data in Seattle to solve a backhaul routing problem.
- Solve Graph - Multiple Routing (NYC Taxi)
- Example of using NYC Taxi data to solve a multiple routing problem, commonly known as the travelling salesman problem.
- Solve Graph - Multiple Routing (Seattle)
- Example of using road network data in Seattle to solve a multiple routing problem, commonly known as the travelling salesman problem.
- Solve Graph - Page Rank (NYC Taxi)
- Example of using NYC Taxi data to rank dropoff location in terms of probability.
- Solve Graph - Shortest Path with Turn Penalties & Restrictions (DC)
- Example of using a map of D.C. roads to determine the shortest path between two locations with turn penalties and restrictions enabled.
- Solve Graph - Shortest Path (Seattle)
- Example of using road network data in Seattle to determine the shortest path between two locations.