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How to use partition

sheymann edited this page Jan 4, 2015 · 1 revision

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

This demo shows how to get partitions and apply color transformation to them. See also PartitionAPI documentation (uncommented). Partitions are always created from an AttributeColumn, in the data since import or computed from an algorithm. The demo so the following tasks:

  • Import a graph file.
  • Create and export to partition1.pdf the graph colored from the source column.
  • Run modularity algorithm, detecting communities. The algorithm create a new column and label nodes with a community number.
  • Create and export to partition2.pdf the graph colored from the modularity_class column
  • Partitions are built from the PartitionController service. Then the color transformer is created and passed with the partition to the controller to apply colors.
//Init a project - and therefore a workspace
ProjectController pc = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(ProjectController.class);
Workspace workspace = pc.getCurrentWorkspace();
//Get controllers and models
ImportController importController = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(ImportController.class);
GraphModel graphModel = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(GraphController.class).getModel();
AttributeModel attributeModel = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(AttributeController.class).getModel();
//Import file
Container container;
try {
    File file = new File(getClass().getResource("/org/gephi/toolkit/demos/resources/polblogs.gml").toURI());
    container = importController.importFile(file);
    container.getLoader().setEdgeDefault(EdgeDefault.DIRECTED);   //Force DIRECTED
} catch (Exception ex) {
//Append imported data to GraphAPI
importController.process(container, new DefaultProcessor(), workspace);
//See if graph is well imported
DirectedGraph graph = graphModel.getDirectedGraph();
System.out.println("Nodes: " + graph.getNodeCount());
System.out.println("Edges: " + graph.getEdgeCount());
//Partition with 'source' column, which is in the data
PartitionController partitionController = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(PartitionController.class);
Partition p = partitionController.buildPartition(attributeModel.getNodeTable().getColumn("source"), graph);
NodeColorTransformer nodeColorTransformer = new NodeColorTransformer();
partitionController.transform(p, nodeColorTransformer);
ExportController ec = Lookup.getDefault().lookup(ExportController.class);
try {
    ec.exportFile(new File("partition1.pdf"));
} catch (IOException ex) {
//Run modularity algorithm - community detection
Modularity modularity = new Modularity();
modularity.execute(graphModel, attributeModel);
//Partition with 'modularity_class', just created by Modularity algorithm
AttributeColumn modColumn = attributeModel.getNodeTable().getColumn(Modularity.MODULARITY_CLASS);
Partition p2 = partitionController.buildPartition(modColumn, graph);
System.out.println(p2.getPartsCount() + " partitions found");
NodeColorTransformer nodeColorTransformer2 = new NodeColorTransformer();
partitionController.transform(p2, nodeColorTransformer2);
try {
    ec.exportFile(new File("partition2.pdf"));
} catch (IOException ex) {
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