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Re: [igraph] plotting networks

From: Tamas Nepusz
Subject: Re: [igraph] plotting networks
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 18:41:31 +0800


Which plotting device are you using from R? I vaguely remember that
the built-in Quartz plotting device in R is somewhat slow (although
it's not a new thing), and switching to the x11() device made the
plotting faster.

On Wed, Oct 26, 2016 at 3:17 PM, cowan robin
<address@hidden> wrote:
> I have a simulation of a dynamic network of about 50 nodes. I want to watch 
> it evolve by plotting it every time step of the evolution.
> When I did this using R 3.1.1 and the legacy igraph0 library, it worked 
> perfectly.
> I recently upgraded R to 3.3 and have installed the igraph 0.7. Plotting now 
> is desperately slow, to the extent that I cannot use it. (Yes, I did change 
> the vertex indexing from 0 to 1.)
> Is the problem in the R upgrade, or in the igraph change?
> igraph0 is not recognized by R 3.3 unfortunately.
> Any suggestions?
> (I am willing to downgrade to R 3.3.1, though R does not make this a simple 
> operation it seems)
> Thanks for your help,
> Robin Cowan
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