graph_attr<-

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Set all or some graph attributes

Set all or some graph attributes

Usage
graph_attr(graph, name) <- value
Arguments
graph

The graph.

name

The name of the attribute to set. If missing, then value should be a named list, and all list members are set as attributes.

value

The value of the attribute to set

Value

The graph, with the attribute(s) added.

See Also

Other graph attributes: $.igraph.vs, $<-.igraph.vs, V<-, [<-.igraph.vs, [[<-.igraph.vs, igraph-vs-attributes, igraph-vs-attributes, igraph-vs-attributes, igraph-vs-attributes, igraph-vs-attributes; $.igraph, $<-.igraph, igraph-dollar, igraph-dollar; attributes, graph_attr_names, list.graph.attributes; delete_edge_attr, remove.edge.attribute; delete_graph_attr, remove.graph.attribute; delete_vertex_attr, remove.vertex.attribute; edge.attributes<-, edge_attr<-; edge.attributes, edge_attr, get.edge.attribute; edge_attr_names, list.edge.attributes; get.graph.attribute, graph.attributes, graph_attr; get.vertex.attribute, vertex.attributes, vertex_attr; list.vertex.attributes, vertex_attr_names; set.edge.attribute, set_edge_attr; set.graph.attribute, set_graph_attr; set.vertex.attribute, set_vertex_attr; vertex.attributes<-, vertex_attr<-

Aliases
  • graph.attributes<-
  • graph_attr<-
Examples
# NOT RUN {
g <- make_graph(~ A - B:C:D)
graph_attr(g, "name") <- "4-star"
g

graph_attr(g) <- list(layout = layout_with_fr(g),
                       name = "4-star layed out")
plot(g)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package igraph, version 1.0.1, License: GPL (>= 2)

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