[SOLVED] Showing only the neighborhood of a node

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[SOLVED] Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by ppareja » 24 Nov 2011 16:39

Hi!

This is probably a 100% newbie question but I cannot find the way to show only the neighborhood of a node.

I managed to filter the edges I want (but not the nodes) with a MASK operator and an attribute filter inside specifying the id of the node I'm interested in.
However I don't know how could I get rid of the rest of the nodes not linked by these edges?
Thanks in advance.
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Pablo

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Re: Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by admin » 24 Nov 2011 17:39

Hi,

In Filters, go to Topology > Ego-network.

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Re: Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by ppareja » 25 Nov 2011 12:37

Thanks!

Just one more thing, would it be possible to apply the Ego-Network filter to a set of nodes (which are the result of other filter such as attribute equals to regular expression) ?
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Re: Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by admin » 25 Nov 2011 13:27

Yes,

It is called the "Neighbors Network" filter.

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Re: [SOLVED] Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by mohammadazin » 01 Jul 2012 03:35

Hi Friends

Ego Network shows all the connected network. I want to filter just one node and all connected edges and nodes to this node, not the edges connecting the other nodes.

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Re: [SOLVED] Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by lukean » 14 Jan 2013 11:05

managed to filter the edges I want (but not the nodes) with a MASK operator and an attribute filter inside specifying the id of the node I'm interested in.
Hmm any idea why this filter setup fails?
It doesn't mask the edges of one node ID (1st fig).
Although the node ID filter itself works (2nd fig).

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Re: [SOLVED] Showing only the neighborhood of a node

Post by lukean » 22 Jan 2013 11:26

Sorry, my above post is a doublet. Please find the solution in this thread.

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