sdpr <- function(vgraph, viteration_no, vparallel=FALSE, vcpus=1) {
  # Calls the Create_similar_graph function. Parallel running mode can be enabled.
  # The ultimate goal is to randomize a network by preserving similar in- and out-degrees of each of
  # its nodes. Similar netwoks means that the difference between the in-degree of nodes in the
  # orginal network and the randomized network is equal to 0, 1 or -1. Same thing for node out-degrees
  # Args:
  #   vgraph: a graph object representing the network to randomize
  #   viteration_no: integer representing the number of random networks that we need to generate
  #   vparallel: a boolean variable. If it is equal to True, the funciton will run in parallel mode
  #   vcpus: an integer indicating the number of cpus to use in case parallel mode is on.
  # Returns:
  #   rand_vgraph: a list containing the randomized networks in the form of graph objects

  if ( class(vgraph)!="igraph" )
    stop("Error: first argument should be an igraph graph object")
  if ( class(viteration_no)!="numeric" )
    stop("Error: second argument should be an integer")
  if ( class(vparallel)!="logical" )
    stop("Error: third argument should be a logical")
  if ( class(vcpus)!="numeric" )
    stop("Error: fourth argument should be an integer")

  if (vparallel==T & vcpus==1)
    warning("If you would like to run your code in parallel mode, the number of cpus should be bigger than 1")

  actors_ids <- which(degree(vgraph, V(vgraph)$id, "out")>0)
  actors_ids_zero_in_degree <- which(degree(vgraph, V(vgraph)$id, "in")==0)

  all_in_degree  <- degree(vgraph, V(vgraph)$id, "in")
  all_out_degree <- degree(vgraph, V(vgraph)$id, "out")

  nodes_no    <- vcount(vgraph)
  edges_no    <- ecount(vgraph)
  swaping_no  <- edges_no*10
  log_name    <- "sdpr_log.txt"
  rand_vgraph <- NULL

  do.call("sfInit", list(parallel=vparallel, cpus=vcpus, slaveOutfile="slaveOutfile.txt"))

  igraph   <- as.environment("package:igraph")
  snowfall <- as.environment("package:snowfall")

  Sub_switch_edges = get0("Sub_switch_edges")
  sfExport("Sub_switch_edges", "vgraph", "actors_ids", "actors_ids_zero_in_degree", "nodes_no", "all_in_degree",
           "all_out_degree", "edges_no", "swaping_no", "viteration_no", "log_name")

  rand_vgraph <- do.call(list, sfClusterApplyLB(1:viteration_no, Create_similar_graph))

  unlink(c(log_name, "slaveOutfile.txt"))


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VertexSort documentation built on May 2, 2019, 9:12 a.m.