Create a graph.

e_graph(e, layout = "force", name = NULL, rm_x = TRUE, rm_y = TRUE,
  ...)

e_graph_gl(e, layout = "force", name = NULL, rm_x = TRUE,
  rm_y = TRUE, ...)

e_graph_nodes(e, nodes, names, value, size, category, legend = TRUE)

e_graph_edges(e, edges, source, target)

Arguments

e

An echarts4 object as returned by e_charts.

layout

Layout, one of force, none or circular.

name

Name of graph.

rm_x, rm_y

Whether to remove the x and y axis, defaults to TRUE.

...

Any other parameter.

nodes

Data.frame of nodes.

names

Names of nodes, unique.

value

values of nodes.

size

Size of nodes.

category

Group of nodes (i.e.: group membership).

legend

Whether to add serie to legend.

edges

Data.frame of edges.

source, target

Column names of source and target.

See also

Examples

value <- rnorm(10, 10, 2) nodes <- data.frame( name = sample(LETTERS, 10), value = value, size = value, grp = rep(c("grp1", "grp2"), 5), stringsAsFactors = FALSE ) edges <- data.frame( source = sample(nodes$name, 20, replace = TRUE), target = sample(nodes$name, 20, replace = TRUE), stringsAsFactors = FALSE ) e_charts() %>% e_graph() %>% e_graph_nodes(nodes, name, value, size, grp) %>% e_graph_edges(edges, source, target) #Use graphGL for larger networks nodes <- data.frame( name = paste0(LETTERS, 1:1000), value = rnorm(1000, 10, 2), size = rnorm(1000, 10, 2), grp = rep(c("grp1", "grp2"), 500), stringsAsFactors = FALSE ) edges <- data.frame( source = sample(nodes$name, 2000, replace = TRUE), target = sample(nodes$name, 2000, replace = TRUE), stringsAsFactors = FALSE ) e_charts() %>% e_graph_gl() %>% e_graph_nodes(nodes, name, value, size, grp) %>% e_graph_edges(edges, source, target)