This package provides an R interface to a Ubigraph server for drawing
interactive, dynamic graphs. We can add and remove vertices/nodes and
edges in a graph and change their attributes/charactersitics such as
shape, color, size.
Ubigraph is not open source software, but is available for free in
binary form. It is a shame it is not open source as we might be able
to build on it to extend its features.
This started as an example of using XML-RPC for inter-process communication.
The source is available from RUbigraph_0.1-0.tar.gz
This depends on XMLRPC,
- Display a graph of Omegahat packages and their dependencies
- Using a Ubigraph server object in R
- Drawing 10 torii in a circle
- Setting attributes
- Illustrating different syntaxes for setting attributes
- Removing nodes and edges
A display of the Omegahat packages and their dependencies.
The code to create this is in packages.R
When running a RUbigraph session, one can interact with the plot.
Packages colored red are Omegahat packages. The others are from
base or CRAN
Here we zoom in on the large cluster of related packages
and see that these relate mostly to XML.
These are the core of the book Deb Nolan and I are writing.
Duncan Temple Lang
Last modified: Fri Feb 26 12:14:50 PST 2010