How to manipulate Graph

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This Toolkit Example is part of the toolkit-demos project, that can be downloaded from the website.

This demo shows basic features from GraphAPI, how to create and query a graph programmatically.

//Init a project - and therefore a workspace
ProjectController pc = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(ProjectController.class);
Workspace workspace = pc.getCurrentWorkspace();

//Get a graph model - it exists because we have a workspace
GraphModel graphModel = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(GraphController.class).getModel();

//Create three nodes
Node n0 = graphModel.factory().newNode("n0");
n0.getNodeData().setLabel("Node 0");
Node n1 = graphModel.factory().newNode("n1");
n1.getNodeData().setLabel("Node 1");
Node n2 = graphModel.factory().newNode("n2");
n2.getNodeData().setLabel("Node 2");

//Create three edges
Edge e1 = graphModel.factory().newEdge(n1, n2, 1f, true);
Edge e2 = graphModel.factory().newEdge(n0, n2, 2f, true);
Edge e3 = graphModel.factory().newEdge(n2, n0, 2f, true);   //This is e2's mutual edge

//Append as a Directed Graph
DirectedGraph directedGraph = graphModel.getDirectedGraph();

//Count nodes and edges
System.out.println("Nodes: "+directedGraph.getNodeCount()+" Edges: "+directedGraph.getEdgeCount());

//Get a UndirectedGraph now and count edges
UndirectedGraph undirectedGraph = graphModel.getUndirectedGraph();
System.out.println("Edges: "+undirectedGraph.getEdgeCount());   //The mutual edge is automatically merged

//Iterate over nodes
for(Node n : directedGraph.getNodes()) {
    Node[] neighbors = directedGraph.getNeighbors(n).toArray();
    System.out.println(n.getNodeData().getLabel()+" has "+neighbors.length+" neighbors");

//Iterate over edges
for(Edge e : directedGraph.getEdges()) {
    System.out.println(e.getSource().getNodeData().getId()+" -> "+e.getTarget().getNodeData().getId());

//Find node by id
Node node2 = directedGraph.getNode("n2");

//Get degree
System.out.println("Node2 degree: "+directedGraph.getDegree(node2));

//Modify the graph while reading
//Due to locking, you need to use toArray() on Iterable to be able to modify
//the graph in a read loop
for(Node n : directedGraph.getNodes().toArray()) {