Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/graphicalPlot.R

Plots the graph using the base plot function. To map attributes on the graph use the plotGraphs functions, 1 attribute with 'plotGraphs' or 2 attributes with 'plotGraphs2'.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | ```
graphicalPlot(
ginp,
graph_selection_input = 0,
curvedEdgeLines = TRUE,
logScale = FALSE,
logBase = NULL
)
``` |

`ginp` |
The prepared graph object from prepareGraphs function |

`graph_selection_input` |
The type of graphical projection to be used. Default projection is 0 (Fruchterman Reingold). Selection must be a numeric option from 0-2. Other options include: 1 = Kamada Kawai, 2 = Reingold Tilford |

`curvedEdgeLines` |
Whether or not the edges between nodes should be curved or straight. Default is curved lines. |

`logScale` |
Whether or not the edges of the graph should be scaled down based on a logarithmic scale |

`logBase` |
If logScale = TRUE, then what logarithmic base should be applied to the graph's edges |

Returns graphical plot to disk, if selected, or to R console

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
df <- sampleData1
prepNet <- tabulate_edges(df, iscsvfile = FALSE, silentNodes = 0)
baseNet <- prepareGraphs(prepNet, project_title = "Sample Data 1", weightedGraph = TRUE)
#Plot the graph
graphicalPlot(baseNet)
``` |

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