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My mathematical sophistication is pretty low. Looking for an intuitive but accurate explanation of the different between a simplicial complex and a graph (a set of vertices and set of edges).

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A graph (unoriented) is a one-dimensional simplicial complex. More-dimensional simplicial complexes are sometimes referred to as "hypergraphs".

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