List of all classes, functions and methods in python-igraph

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Undocumented

Function | `__add__` |
Copies the graph and extends the copy depending on the type of the other object given. |

Function | `__and__` |
Graph intersection operator. |

Function | `__iadd__` |
In-place addition (disjoint union). |

Function | `__isub__` |
In-place subtraction (difference). |

Function | `__mul__` |
Copies exact replicas of the original graph an arbitrary number of times. |

Function | `__or__` |
Graph union operator. |

Function | `__sub__` |
Removes the given object(s) from the graph |

Function | `_disjoint_union` |
Creates the disjoint union of two (or more) graphs. |

Function | `_intersection` |
Creates the intersection of two (or more) graphs. |

Function | `_union` |
Creates the union of two (or more) graphs. |

def __add__(graph, other):

Copies the graph and extends the copy depending on the type of the other object given.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | if it is an integer, the copy is extended by the given number of vertices. If it is a string, the copy is extended by a single vertex whose name attribute will be equal to the given string. If it is a tuple with two elements, the copy is extended by a single edge. If it is a list of tuples, the copy is extended by multiple edges. If it is a `Graph` , a disjoint union is performed. |

def __and__(graph, other):

Graph intersection operator.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | the other graph to take the intersection with. |

Returns | |

the intersected graph. |

def __mul__(graph, other):

Copies exact replicas of the original graph an arbitrary number of times.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | if it is an integer, multiplies the graph by creating the given number of identical copies and taking the disjoint union of them. |

def __or__(graph, other):

Graph union operator.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | the other graph to take the union with. |

Returns | |

the union graph. |

def __sub__(graph, other):

Removes the given object(s) from the graph

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | if it is an integer, removes the vertex with the given ID from the graph (note that the remaining vertices will get re-indexed!). If it is a tuple, removes the given edge. If it is a graph, takes the difference of the two graphs. Accepts lists of integers or lists of tuples as well, but they can't be mixed! Also accepts `Edge` and `EdgeSeq` objects. |

def _disjoint_union(graph, other):

Creates the disjoint union of two (or more) graphs.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | graph or list of graphs to be united with the current one. |

Returns | |

the disjoint union graph |

def _intersection(graph, other, byname='auto'):

Creates the intersection of two (or more) graphs.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | graph or list of graphs to be intersected with the current one. |

byname | whether to use vertex names instead of ids. See `igraph.operators.intersection` for details. |

Returns | |

the intersection graph |

def _union(graph, other, byname='auto'):

Creates the union of two (or more) graphs.

Parameters | |

graph | Undocumented |

other | graph or list of graphs to be united with the current one. |

byname | whether to use vertex names instead of ids. See `igraph.operators.union` for details. |

Returns | |

the union graph |