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Re: [igraph] timestep plotting

From: Gabor Csardi
Subject: Re: [igraph] timestep plotting
Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2007 10:51:02 +0100
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there is no direct support for this. For some graphs it is easy as you
know the order of the edges added. Eg. for barabasi.game outgoing edges from
vertex j were added later than outgoing edges of vertex i if j>i. 

Each network generation function would need some change to support it. And
also it is not very easy to implement it. The current graph data structure
stores edges simply according to the order of their addition but this is not
part of the specification so you cannot assume it. I'll think about it,
please remind me in a week or so. :)

Btw. for which functions do you need this?


On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 08:17:04PM -0500, Vincent Matossian wrote:
> A Happy new year to all!
> I was wondering if, for the sake of a presentation, it would be possible to
> visualize a large graph getting constructed at runtime?
> What I mean is that many of the graph constructions (ba, traits,etc.) are 
> built
> one node at a time and I would like to capture (visually) the sequence of the
> construction.
> Is that feasible?
> Cheers,
> Vincent

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