This method allows for the selection of which result should be shown. Any of the post processing algorithms and the main algorithm can be choosen.
A DynComm object, if not using the inline version of the function call
The name of the post processing algorithm. Default
The ID of the post processing algorithm. Default value is 1
The ID parameter is used to distinguish between several post processing algorithms of the same type. It is not required for neither the main algorithm nor any post processing algorithm type that only appears one time.
The main algorithm can be selected with POSTPROCESSING$NONE (default value)
and the ID is ignored. See
POSTPROCESSING for other available
If there are no actions defined for post processing, this function fails.
FALSE if the algorithm does not exist in the chain. Otherwise, TRUE
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library(DynComm) parameters<-matrix(c("e","0.1","w", "FALSE"),ncol=2, byrow=TRUE) dc<-DynComm(ALGORITHM$LOUVAIN,CRITERION$MODULARITY,parameters) dc$addRemoveEdges( matrix( c(0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,12,13,1,1,1,2,2,2,18,12,19,20,2,3,11,12,4,9,5,9,22) ,ncol=2) ) dc$postProcess( list( list(POSTPROCESSING$DENSOPT) ) ) dc$select(POSTPROCESSING$DENSOPT) #selects the results of densopt dc$select(POSTPROCESSING$NONE) #selects the main algorithm results dc$postProcess(NULL) #remove post processing ## or just ## dc$postProcess()
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