Question: export colored nodes using toDot in ontoTools
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15.3 years ago by
Yi-Xiong Sean Zhou50 wrote:
Hi, Could anyone tell me how to export a .dot file from ontoTools using toDot? Thanks. Sean [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
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modified 15.3 years ago by Vincent J. Carey, Jr.6.3k • written 15.3 years ago by Yi-Xiong Sean Zhou50
Answer: export colored nodes using toDot in ontoTools
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15.3 years ago by
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Vincent J. Carey, Jr.6.3k wrote:
> Hi, > > > > Could anyone tell me how to export a .dot file from ontoTools using toDot? library(ontoTools) example(randomGraph) toDot( g1, "abc.dot") creates a `dot' format file in abc.dot for the graph g1. the documentation is not so good for toDot, i will address this. thanks for your question
Answer: export colored nodes using toDot in ontoTools
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15.3 years ago by
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Vincent J. Carey, Jr.6.3k wrote:
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004, Yi-Xiong Sean Zhou wrote: > Hi, > > > > Could anyone tell me how to export a .dot file from ontoTools using toDot? i noticed later that your header mentions colored nodes, though your question does not. note that Rgraphviz supports dot exports in the following way: if g is a graph, then ag <- agopen(g, ...) produces an instance of Ragraph. now agwrite(ag, ...) will write the dot representation, which can include coloring and other attributes, depending on how you define the attributes of the graph. an example: library(graph) example(IMCAGraph) ff <- agopen( IMCAGraph, "foo", attrs = IMCAAttrs$defAttrs, nodeAttrs=IMCAAttrs$nodeAttrs, subGList=IMCAAttrs\$subGList) agwrite(ff, file="/tmp/ff.dot") [it appears that some manual modifications of the resulting dot file may be necessary to get desired color properties of ff.ps if using dot -Tps ff.dot > ff.ps]