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Re: [igraph] plotting networks

From: cowan robin
Subject: Re: [igraph] plotting networks
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 16:01:58 +0200

I was using quartz.
Doing it in an X11 window does make it draw as fast as it used to so that is 

Thanks for that. (Any prospect of fixing the quartz() drawing? Or is that an R 

However, in the process of trying to get things to work, I have inadvertently 
installed igraph 1.0 on top of 0.7. Is there an easy way to go back to 0.7?

Robin Cowan

On 26 Oct 2016, at 12:41 PM, Tamas Nepusz <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> 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.
> T.
> 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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