|Subject:||Re: [igraph] Does igraph suit me?|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Oct 2011 11:33:34 +0300|
You can definitely do this in igraph. However, note that igraph is
implemented mostly in C and not C++. This is not a problem in general, you
can safely embed igraph in C++ code, but you'll have to take care of calling
the _init and _dealloc functions of the igraph data structures manually. So,
for instance, if you create a graph, it is not enough to declare the
variable as "igraph_t graph", you'll also have to initialize it as
"igraph_init(&graph, ...)" and deallocate it as "igraph_destroy(&graph)"
when you are done with it.
On 10/09/2011 10:20 AM, Nouf M. wrote:
> I'm a phd student. I'm working in the graph mining field. have a huge text
> file that I would like to convert to a graph. Then, I will write some code
> to implement my algorithm (something similar to shortest paths algorithms).
> I'm planning to write my code in C++. Do you think igraph will suit me?
> Best regards,
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