Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples
Given a square binary adjacency matrix, the function
nbOrder
determines the integer matrix of neighbourhood orders
(shortestpath distance) using the function nblag
from the spdep package.
1  nbOrder(neighbourhood, maxlag = 1)

neighbourhood 
a square, numeric or logical, and usually symmetric matrix with
finite entries (and usually zeros on the diagonal) which indicates
vertex adjacencies, i.e., firstorder neighbourhood (interpreted as

maxlag 
positive scalar integer specifying an upper bound for the
neighbourhood order. The default (1) just returns the input
neighbourhood matrix (converted to binary integer mode).

An integer matrix of neighbourhood orders, i.e., the shortestpath
distance matrix of the vertices.
The dimnames
of the input neighbourhood
matrix are preserved.
By the end, the function issues a message
informing about the
range of maximum neighbourhood order by region.
Sebastian Meyer
nblag
from the spdep package, on which this
wrapper depends.
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