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'''
Created on Jan 17, 2010
@author: mjbommar
'''
from GraphMovie import GraphMovie
import igraph
if __name__ == "__main__":
'''
Create the GraphMovie object.
'''
m = GraphMovie()
'''
Create the first graph.
'''
edges = [(0,1),(1,2),(1,3)]
g = igraph.Graph(edges)
for i,v in enumerate(g.vs):
v['label'] = str(i)
m.addGraph(g)
'''
Now add an edge.
'''
edges.append((4,1))
g = igraph.Graph(edges)
for i,v in enumerate(g.vs):
v['label'] = str(i)
m.addGraph(g)
'''
Now add a few edges!
'''
edges.extend([(5,2),(6,5),(7,5),(8,5),(8,7),(9,8)])
g = igraph.Graph(edges)
for i,v in enumerate(g.vs):
v['label'] = str(i)
m.addGraph(g)
'''
Now process the layouts, render the frames, and generate the movie.
'''
m.doMovieLayout()
m.renderMovie()
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digitaldust commented Apr 30, 2019

thanks for this, however it looks like I have an error running your example:

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AttributeError                            Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-165-a7d0fa28739d> in <module>()
      4 for i,v in enumerate(g.vs):
      5     v['label'] = str(i)
----> 6 m.addGraph(g)

~/Documents/GraphMovie.py in addGraph(self, graph, frameLabel)
    116             self.labelSequence.append(frameLabel)
    117         else:
--> 118             self.labelSequence.append(str(len(self.graphSequence)))
    119 
    120     def interpolateLayout(self, lastLabels, lastLayout, g):

AttributeError: 'map' object has no attribute 'append'

is there anything I did wrong? thanks!

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