I'm looking for code that produces all possible trees with no self edges (or their adjacent matrices) with n nodes, anyone have any idea if this is written anywhere?
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In sage the command list(graphs.trees(9)) produces a list of all trees on 9 vertices. As sage is open source, the code is available for inspection. The command [tt.am() for tt in graphs.trees(9)] will provide the adjacency matrices. 


It is well known that there is a bijection between the set of trees on $n$ nodes and sequences of length $n2$ with values in $[n]$. These sequences are called Prüfer sequences. Indeed, the wikipedia page has code which will convert any Prüfer sequence into a tree. So a naïve algorithm would be to run the wikipedia algorithm over all Prüfer sequences. 

