graphAM-class

Class "graphAM"

A graph class where node and edge information is represented as an adjacency matrix. The adjacency matrix is square and element adjMat[i, j] is one if there is an edge from node i to node j and zero otherwise.

Keywords
classes, graphs
Details

The non-zero matrix values can be used to initialize an edge attribute. If this is desired, use the values argument in the call to new and provide a list with a single named element. The name determines the attributes and the value provides the default value for that attribute.

Objects from the Class

Objects can be created by calls of the form graphAM(adjMat, edgemode, values).

Slots

adjMat:
An adjacency "matrix" describing the graph structure. The colnames of the matrix will be used as node names for the graph if present.
edgeData:
Storage for edge attributes.
nodeData:
Storage for node attributes.

Extends

Class "graph", directly.

Constructor

graphAM(adjMat=matrix(integer(), 0, 0), edgemode='undirected', values=NA) creates a graphAM instance.

adjMat
An integer matrix specifying which nodes have edges between them.
edgemode
Either "directed" or "undirected".
values
A named list of length 1, used (rather obscurely) to specify that non-zero adjMat values initialize an edge attribute. The name of the single element in that list becomes the name of that attribute, with the specified default value. This default value is, however, never used: the specified edge attribute always has the value contained in the adjacency matrix, which is traditionally 1, but can be any positive number.

Methods

addEdge
signature(from = "character", to = "character", graph = "graphAM", weights = "missing"): ...
addNode
signature(object = "graphAM", nodes = "character"): ...
clearNode
signature(node = "character", object = "graphAM"): ...
coerce
signature(from = "graphAM", to = "graphNEL"): ...
coerce
signature(from = "graphAM", to = "graphBAM"): ...
coerce
signature(from = "graphAM", to = "matrix"): In converting to a matrix, if an edge attribute named "weight" is defined, the non-zero elements of the matrix will contain the corresponding attribute value. For more flexible matrix conversion, see toMatrix.
coerce
signature(from = "matrix", to = "graphAM"): This coerce method exists for symmetry. In most cases, creating a new graphAM instance using new gives one more control over the resulting graph.
edges
signature(object = "graphAM", which = "missing"): ...
edges
signature(object = "graphAM", which = "character"): ...
initialize
signature(.Object = "graphAM"): ...
inEdges
signature(node = "character", object = "graphNEL"): Return the incoming edges for the specified nodes. See inEdges.
isAdjacent
signature(object = "graphAM", from = "character", to = "character"): ...
nodes<-
signature(object = "graphAM", value = "character"): ...
nodes
signature(object = "graphAM"): ...
numEdges
signature(graph = "graphAM"): ...
numNodes
signature(object = "graphAM"): ...
removeEdge
signature(from = "character", to = "character", graph = "graphAM"): ...
removeNode
signature(node = "character", object = "graphAM"): ...

See Also

graph-class, graphNEL-class

Aliases
  • graphAM-class
  • graphAM
  • addEdge,character,character,graphAM,missing-method
  • addNode,character,graphAM,missing-method
  • clearNode,character,graphAM-method
  • coerce,graphAM,graphNEL-method
  • coerce,graphAM,matrix-method
  • coerce,matrix,graphAM-method
  • coerce,graphAM,graphBAM-method
  • edges,graphAM,missing-method
  • edges,graphAM,character-method
  • initialize,graphAM-method
  • inEdges,missing,graphAM-method
  • inEdges,character,graphAM-method
  • inEdges,graphAM,missing-method
  • isAdjacent,graphAM,character,character-method
  • nodes<-,graphAM,character-method
  • nodes,graphAM-method
  • numEdges,graphAM-method
  • numNodes,graphAM-method
  • removeEdge,character,character,graphAM-method
  • removeNode,character,graphAM-method
Examples
mat <- rbind(c(0, 0, 1, 1),
             c(0, 0, 1, 1),
             c(1, 1, 0, 1),
             c(1, 1, 1, 0))
rownames(mat) <- colnames(mat) <- letters[1:4]
g1 <- graphAM(adjMat=mat)
stopifnot(identical(mat, as(g1, "matrix")), validObject(g1))

## now with weights:
mat[1,3] <- mat[3,1] <- 10
gw <- graphAM(adjMat=mat, values=list(weight=1))

## consistency check:
stopifnot(identical(mat, as(gw, "matrix")),
          validObject(gw),
          identical(gw, as(as(gw, "graphNEL"), "graphAM")))
Documentation reproduced from package graph, version 1.50.0, License: Artistic-2.0

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