igraph-es-indexing2

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Select edges and show their metadata

The double bracket operator can be used on edge sequences, to print the meta-data (edge attributes) of the edges in the sequence.

Usage
# S3 method for igraph.es
[[(x, ...)
Arguments
x

An edge sequence.

...

Additional arguments, passed to [.

Details

Technically, when used with edge sequences, the double bracket operator does exactly the same as the single bracket operator, but the resulting edge sequence is printed differently: all attributes of the edges in the sequence are printed as well.

See [.igraph.es for more about indexing edge sequences.

Value

Another edge sequence, with metadata printing turned on. See details below.

See Also

Other vertex and edge sequences: E(), V(), igraph-es-attributes, igraph-es-indexing, igraph-vs-attributes, igraph-vs-indexing2, igraph-vs-indexing, print.igraph.es(), print.igraph.vs()

Other vertex and edge sequence operations: c.igraph.es(), c.igraph.vs(), difference.igraph.es(), difference.igraph.vs(), igraph-es-indexing, igraph-vs-indexing2, igraph-vs-indexing, intersection.igraph.es(), intersection.igraph.vs(), rev.igraph.es(), rev.igraph.vs(), union.igraph.es(), union.igraph.vs(), unique.igraph.es(), unique.igraph.vs()

Aliases
  • igraph-es-indexing2
  • [[.igraph.es
Examples
# NOT RUN {
g <- make_(ring(10),
  with_vertex_(name = LETTERS[1:10]),
  with_edge_(weight = 1:10, color = "green"))
E(g)
E(g)[[]]
E(g)[[.inc('A')]]
# }
Documentation reproduced from package igraph, version 1.2.6, License: GPL (>= 2)

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