Sequencing utils.

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branchsort(→ Tuple[ragraph.graph.Graph, ...)

markov_decision(→ int)

Make a decision based on a Markov flow analysis of the adjacency matrix. The node



ragraph.analysis.sequence.utils.branchsort(graph: ragraph.graph.Graph, algo: Callable, algo_args: Optional[Dict[str, Any]] = None, root: Optional[Union[str, ragraph.graph.Node]] = None, nodes: Optional[Union[List[ragraph.graph.Node], List[str]]] = None, leafs: Optional[Union[List[ragraph.graph.Node], List[str]]] = None, edge_weights: Optional[List[str]] = None, inherit: bool = True, loops: bool = False, inplace: bool = True, recurse: bool = True, names: bool = False, safe: bool = True) Tuple[ragraph.graph.Graph, List[ragraph.graph.Node], List[ragraph.graph.Node]]#
ragraph.analysis.sequence.utils.markov_decision(graph: ragraph.graph.Graph, options: List[ragraph.graph.Node], inherit: bool = True, loops: bool = False, inf: float = 1.0, dep: float = 1.0, mu: float = 1.5, context: Optional[List[ragraph.graph.Node]] = None) int#

Make a decision based on a Markov flow analysis of the adjacency matrix. The node with the lowest net markov flow is picked.

  • graph – Graph data.

  • options – Nodes to decide between.

  • inf – The weight to subtract outgoing flow by.

  • dep – The weight to add incoming flow by.

  • mu – Evaporation constant when calculating flow through nodes.

  • context – Optional superset of nodes with respect to the options argument that constitutes the “complete” Markov chain that should be taken into account.


Index of node to pick.