Hello,
I want to confirm if Gephi sums up the weights in case of multiple edges between two nodes in a directed network. In a simple example that i created to check this, it did not. The same is the case for an undirected network.
Can any one please confirm this and advise if there is a way I can get the weights to sumed up. The multiple edges in my network are added at different times and thus i would like to retain them.
Thanks
summing up weights for multiple edges in a directed graph
Re: summing up weights for multiple edges in a directed graph
You can save the network in Pajek net format and use Pajek to do it:
Network  Create New Network  Transform  Remove  Multiple Lines  Sum Values
Network  Create New Network  Transform  Remove  Multiple Lines  Sum Values

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Re: summing up weights for multiple edges in a directed graph
xptrxptr, thanks a lot for you advice! But I have another question. How I can sum up weights of two different edges in different graph? Or this is impossible to make it for free? Thanks in advance
Last edited by tammybrooks on 23 Feb 2018 11:03, edited 1 time in total.
Re: summing up weights for multiple edges in a directed graph
You should be able to do this in Gephi 0.9.2+ by importing a file and choose Sum in edges weight strategy, then import the second file and do the same. Repeated edges weights will be accumulated.