Defines functions visFocus

Documented in visFocus

#' Network visualization focus method
#' For use focus() method in a shiny app. For full documentation, have a look at \link{visDocumentation}.
#'@param graph : a \code{\link{visNetworkProxy}}  object
#'@param id : a node id
#'@param scale : Optional. Number. The scale is the target zoomlevel. Default value is 2.0. 
#'@param offset : Optional. List. The offset (in DOM units) is how many pixels from the center the view is focussed. Default value is list(x = 0, y = 0). 
#'@param locked : Optional. Boolean. Locked denotes whether or not the view remains locked to the node once the zoom-in animation is finished. Default value is true.
#'@param animation : Optional. List. For animation you can define the duration (in milliseconds) and easing function manually. 
#'Available are: linear, easeInQuad, easeOutQuad, easeInOutQuad, easeInCubic, easeOutCubic, easeInOutCubic, easeInQuart, easeOutQuart, easeInOutQuart, easeInQuint, easeOutQuint, easeInOutQuint.
#'Default to list(duration = 1500, easingFunction = "easeInOutQuad") 
#'@seealso \link{visNodes} for nodes options, \link{visEdges} for edges options, \link{visGroups} for groups options, 
#'\link{visLegend} for adding legend, \link{visOptions} for custom option, \link{visLayout} & \link{visHierarchicalLayout} for layout, 
#'\link{visPhysics} for control physics, \link{visInteraction} for interaction, \link{visNetworkProxy} & \link{visFocus} & \link{visFit} for animation within shiny,
#'\link{visDocumentation}, \link{visEvents}, \link{visConfigure} ...
#' @examples
#'# have a look to : 
#'shiny::runApp(system.file("shiny", package = "visNetwork"))
#'@references See online documentation \url{http://datastorm-open.github.io/visNetwork/}
visFocus <- function(graph, id, scale =  2,
                     offset =  list(x = 0, y = 0),
                     locked = TRUE,
                     animation = list(duration = 1500, easingFunction = "easeInOutQuad")){

  if(!any(class(graph) %in% "visNetwork_Proxy")){
    stop("Can't use visFocus with visNetwork object. Only within shiny & using visNetworkProxy")
  stopifnot(length(id) == 1)
  options <- list(scale = scale, offset = offset, locked = locked, animation = animation)
  data <- list(id = graph$id, focusId = id, options = options)
  graph$session$sendCustomMessage("visShinyFocus", data)


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visNetwork documentation built on Jan. 10, 2018, 1:04 a.m.