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What freely available graph theory resources are there on the web? In particular, I am interested in books and lecture notes containing topics such as trees, connectivity, planar graphs, the probabilistic method ect., though no resources is expected to be comprehensive.

Note that I have searched MathOnline, which yielded the book Graph Theory by Reinhard Diestel. This resources seems to be good, but I prefer to have multiple resources when studying a topic.

Note: I am aware of the many questions on this site regarding book suggestions for particular topics. While this question is related, I am only interested in freely available resources, as I am a broke college student.

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I have written these introductory notes together with a PhD-student: 01227graphtheory.wordpress.com –  utdiscant May 12 '12 at 9:51
    
Possible duplicate of math.stackexchange.com/questions/27480/… –  lhf May 12 '12 at 10:04
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@lhf My question differs from that one because I looking for free books and lecture notes on graph theory. Thank you for linking it though, because it has 1 resource I had not seen before. –  Holdsworth88 May 12 '12 at 10:15
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@froggie, he already mentioned in the question, that he know Diestel's book, and is looking for additional resources. –  utdiscant May 12 '12 at 11:36
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Perhaps you could collect all the comments into an answer. –  lhf May 12 '12 at 15:23

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Note: I will update this list as addition resources come to my attention.

Lecture Notes:

Books:

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https://openknol.wikidot.com

Links to Lecture notes, monographs, survey papers in combinatorics, graph theory and related fields of mathematics and computer science.

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Vadim Lozin's Lecture Notes:

http://homepages.warwick.ac.uk/~masgax/notes.pdf

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