G = generateRandomGraphs(n, num)
G = generateRandomGraphs(n, num, pq)
G = generateRandomGraphs(n, num, pz)
This method generates a specified number of random graphs with a given number of vertices. Note that some graphs may be isomorphic.
If the input $pq$ is included, then the edges are chosen to be included with probability $pq$. If the input $pz$ is included and is positive, then the edges are chosen to be included with probability $1/pz$.



The number of vertices $n$ must be positive as nauty cannot handle graphs with zero vertices. Further, if the probability $pq$ is included, then it is rounded to a precision of onehundred millionth.
The object generateRandomGraphs is a method function with options.