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## Re: [igraph] problem with graph.lattice

**From**: |
Thierry Janssens |

**Subject**: |
Re: [igraph] problem with graph.lattice |

**Date**: |
Mon, 23 Jan 2012 12:37:02 +0100 |

thx for the answer, i tried it and it worked.
By the way, nei seems to work for the one dimensional case
g<- graph.lattice(10,1,nei=4,circular=TRUE)
>*Use graph.lattice(..., circular=TRUE) to connect the first and the last *
>*vertex. However, you will still only get a ring. graph.lattice() has a nei=... *
>*parameter which should specify the number of neighbors to connect for each *
>*vertex, but it is not implemented yet.*
>
>*-- *
>*T.*
>
>*On 22 Jan 2012, at 13:53, Thierry Janssens wrote:*
>
>*> As for as i know a 1-lattice (thus a ring-kind structure) is a ring where *
>*> depending on the number of k, k/2 of the neighbours are connected to each *
>*> vertex. But if i do graph.lattice the first and last vertex are not *
>*> connected are simply not connected. How does this come ?*
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