Fit a hierarchical random graph model
fit_hrg fits a HRG to a given graph. It takes the specified
steps number of MCMC steps to perform the fitting, or a convergence
criteria if the specified number of steps is zero.
fit_hrg can start
from a given HRG, if this is given in the
hrg argument and the
start argument is
fit_hrg(graph, hrg = NULL, start = FALSE, steps = 0)
- The graph to fit the model to. Edge directions are ignored in directed graphs.
- A hierarchical random graph model, in the form of an
fit_hrgallows this to be
NULL, in which case a random starting point is used for the fitting.
- Logical, whether to start the fitting/sampling from the
igraphHRGobject, or from a random starting point.
- The number of MCMC steps to make. If this is zero, then the MCMC procedure is performed until convergence.
igraphHRGobject. This is a list with the following members:
left Vector that contains the left children of the internal tree vertices. The first vertex is always the root vertex, so the first element of the vector is the left child of the root vertex. Internal vertices are denoted with negative numbers, starting from -1 and going down, i.e. the root vertex is -1. Leaf vertices are denoted by non-negative number, starting from zero and up. right Vector that contains the right children of the vertices, with the same encoding as the
prob The connection probabilities attached to the internal vertices, the first number belongs to the root vertex (i.e. internal vertex -1), the second to internal vertex -2, etc. edges The number of edges in the subtree below the given internal vertex. vertices The number of vertices in the subtree below the given internal vertex, including itself.
A. Clauset, C. Moore, and M.E.J. Newman. Hierarchical structure and the prediction of missing links in networks. Nature 453, 98--101 (2008);
A. Clauset, C. Moore, and M.E.J. Newman. Structural Inference of Hierarchies in Networks. In E. M. Airoldi et al. (Eds.): ICML 2006 Ws, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4503, 1--13. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2007).
Other hierarchical random graph functions:
## We are not running these examples any more, because they ## take a long time (~15 seconds) to run and this is against the CRAN ## repository policy. Copy and paste them by hand to your R prompt if ## you want to run them. ## A graph with two dense groups g <- sample_gnp(10, p=1/2) + sample_gnp(10, p=1/2) hrg <- fit_hrg(g) hrg ## The consensus tree for it consensus_tree(g, hrg=hrg, start=TRUE) ## Prediction of missing edges g2 <- make_full_graph(4) + (make_full_graph(4) - path(1,2)) predict_edges(g2)