R/graph3D.R

Defines functions graph3D

Documented in graph3D

#' Interactive 3D Force-directed graph from epicontacts object
#'
#' This function creates a 3D graph from an epicontacts object
#'
#' @export
#'
#' @author
#' Nistara Randhawa (\email{[email protected]@ucdavis.edu})
#' Thibaut Jombart (\email{[email protected]@gmail.com})
#' VP Nagraj (\email{[email protected]@virginia.edu})
#'
#' @param x An \code{\link{epicontacts}} object
#'
#' @param node_color An index or character string indicating which field of the
#'     linelist should be used to color the nodes. Default is \code{id}
#'
#' @param annot An index, logical, or character string indicating which fields
#' of the linelist should be used for annotating the nodes upon mouseover. The default
#' \code{TRUE} shows the 'id' and 'node_color' (if the grouping column is different from 'id').
#'
#' @param col_pal A color palette for the node_colors.
#'
#' @param NA_col The color used for unknown node_color.
#'
#' @param g_title The title of the graph.
#'
#' @param bg_col The background color of graph.
#'
#' @param label_col The color of the graph title and labels of groups.
#'
#' @param node_size The sizes of graph nodes.
#'
#' @param edge_size The width of graph edges.
#'
#' @note All colors must be specified as color names like "red", "blue", etc. or
#' as hexadecimal color values without opacity channel, for example "#FF0000", "#0a3e55"
#' (upper or lower case hex digits are allowed).
#'
#' Double-click or tap on the plot to reset the view.
#'
#' @return
#' An htmlwidget object that is displayed using the object's show or print method.
#' (If you don't see your widget plot, try printing it with the \code{print} function.)
#'
#' @references
#'
#' Original rthreejs code by B. W. Lewis:
#' \url{https://github.com/bwlewis/rthreejs}.
#'
#' @examples
#' if (require(outbreaks)) {
#'
#' ## example using MERS outbreak in Korea, 2014
#' head(mers_korea_2015[[1]])
#' head(mers_korea_2015[[2]])
#'
#' x <- make_epicontacts(linelist = mers_korea_2015$linelist,
#'                       contacts = mers_korea_2015$contacts,
#'                       directed = FALSE)
#'
#' \dontrun{
#' graph3D(x)
#' graph3D(x, annot = FALSE)
#' graph3D(x, node_color = "sex", g_title = "MERS Korea 2014")
#' graph3D(x, node_color = "sex", annot = c("sex", "age"),
#'         g_title = "MERS Korea 2014")
#' }
#' }

graph3D <- function(x,
                    node_color = "id",
                    annot = TRUE,
                    col_pal = cases_pal,
                    NA_col = "lightgrey",
                    g_title = "",
                    bg_col = "white",
                    label_col = "darkgrey",
                    node_size = 1,
                    edge_size = .5) {



    ## check node_color (node attribute used for color)
    if (length(node_color) > 1L) {
        stop("'node_color' must indicate a single node attribute")
    }
    if (is.logical(node_color) && !node_color) {
        node_color <- NULL
    }
    if (!is.null(node_color)) {
        if (is.numeric(node_color)) {
            node_color <- names(x$linelist)[node_color]
        }

        if (!node_color %in% names(x$linelist)) {
            msg <- sprintf("node_color '%s' is not in the linelist", node_color)
            stop(msg)
        }
    }


    ## check annot (txt displayed when clicking on node)
    if (is.logical(annot) && sum(annot) == 0L) {
        annot <- NULL
    }
    if (!is.null(annot)) {
        if (is.numeric(annot)) {
            annot <- names(x$linelist)[annot]
        } else {
            if (is.logical(annot)) {
                annot = unique(c("id", node_color))
            }
        }

        if (!all(annot %in% names(x$linelist))) {
            culprits <- annot[!annot %in% names(x$linelist)]
            culprits <- paste(culprits, collapse = ", ")
            msg <- sprintf("Annot '%s' is not in the linelist", culprits)
            stop(msg)
        }
    }



    ## Subset those ids which have at least one edge with another id
    ##    (to mimic visNetwork plot, else loner nodes are also printed)
    x <- subset_clusters_by_size(x, cs_min = 2)
    g <- as.igraph.epicontacts(x)


    ## Get vertex attributes and prepare as input for graph
    nodes <- data.frame(id = unique(c(x$linelist$id,
                                      x$contacts$from,
                                      x$contacts$to)))


    ## join back to linelist to retrieve attributes for grouping
    nodes <- suppressMessages(
        suppressWarnings(dplyr::left_join(nodes, x$linelist)))



    ## generate annotations ('label' in threejs terms)
    if (!is.null(annot)) {
        temp <- nodes[, annot, drop = FALSE]
        temp <- sapply(names(temp), function(e) paste(e, temp[, e], sep = ": "))
        nodes$label <- paste(g_title, "<p>",
                             apply(temp, 1, paste0, collapse = "<br>"), "</p>")
    } else nodes$label <- ""



    # attribute for grouping
    if (!is.null(node_color)) {
        nodes$group <- as.character(nodes[, node_color])
        nodes$group[is.na(nodes$group)] <- "NA"
        nodes$group <- factor(nodes$group)
    }


    ## Set node attributes
    ## node color
    if (!is.null(node_color)) {
        K <- length(unique(nodes$group))
        grp.col <- col_pal(K)
        grp.col[levels(nodes$group)=="NA"] <- NA_col
        nodes$color <- grp.col[factor(nodes$group)]
    } else {
      # setting to match default visNetwork color
      nodes$color <- "#97C2FC"
    }

    igraph::V(g)$color <- nodes$color
    igraph::V(g)$label <- nodes$label

    ## Set edge attributes
    igraph::E(g)$size <- edge_size
    igraph::E(g)$color <- "lightgray"

    # Create 3D graph (note fg not supported, but may be in the future)
    threejs::graphjs(g, main = g_title, fg = label_col, bg = bg_col,
                     vertex.color = nodes$color, vertex.size = node_size)
}

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