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Visual aids for understanding group theory

John Jones has a great visualization tool for a nice selection of finite group tables. It allows you to do things like select a subgroup, and see the group table colored according to the cosets. ...
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Visual aids for understanding group theory

The book Visual Group Theory by Nathan Carter seems to be a rich source of the kind of materials that you are looking for.
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Visual aids for understanding group theory

The Cayley Graph is visually appealing. Here is the dihedral group $D_4$ on two generators $a$ and $b$: (Wikipedia image)
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