I am a biologist, doing bioinformatics, working with networks of signaling pathways, using primarily python with igraph. Sometimes I code in R, PHP, javascript and bash. I love MySQL, especially 100+ lines long queries. I use LaTeX often, with beamer and TikZ, I love typography and graphic design.

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comment igraph plotting: vertices too close in Kamada-Kawai layout
maybe it helps, here you can find two different approaches to achieve a layout emphasising groups: one operates with edge weights, other calculates a separate layout for each component, and after scales each sublayout to a square field of the plotting area
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answered Graph analysis: Identify loop paths
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answered igraph plotting: vertices too close in Kamada-Kawai layout
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revised Getting vertex list from python-igraph
i think the op primarily needs g.vs
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accepted Seaborn barplot with x_order: AttributeError: 'bool' object has no attribute 'sum'
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comment Seaborn barplot with x_order: AttributeError: 'bool' object has no attribute 'sum'
Wonderful, it works! Thanks! It's a pity this is not documented.
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asked Seaborn barplot with x_order: AttributeError: 'bool' object has no attribute 'sum'
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answered How to get the vertices from an edge using igraph in python?
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answered Using geo-coordinates as vertex coordinates in the igraph r-package
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comment Using geo-coordinates as vertex coordinates in the igraph r-package
You need to call here igraph::plot() with rescale=FALSE parameter, otherwise it rescales the coordinates along both dimensions into a [-1; 1] interval.
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answered python easy_install fails with SSL certificate error for all packages
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comment A similarity measure with binary data: does this one have a name?
Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for. Also this brief compendium is very nice, thanks for that too.
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