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Dec
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revised Split graph into independent maximal cliques?
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comment Split graph into independent maximal cliques?
@DavidG.Stork A trivial partition into cliques that works for any graph is a partition into subsets containing single vertices. Of course, that's not what I want, but it illustrates that a partition with the conditions I seek always exists. It's only a matter of choosing the most appropriate.
Dec
5
comment How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
PlotLegends -> True works with t1, but not with t2. It doesn't seem to understand Null... I need a PlotLegend in my plot :(
Dec
5
comment Split graph into independent maximal cliques?
@Szabolcs Not exactly, because maximal cliques are not a partition of the vertices (some maximal cliques intersect each other). I want to partition the vertices into cliques.
Dec
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comment Split graph into independent maximal cliques?
This is not a partition of the vertices. Note that the cliques have non-empty intersections.
Dec
5
revised FindGraphCommunities method options?
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Dec
5
comment How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
@SimonWoods See edit. Added an example.
Dec
5
revised How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
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Dec
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comment How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
@SimonWoods I just want the diagonal to be drawn white, independently of the color gradient used, and the gradient should not depend on the values at the diagonal.
Dec
5
comment How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
@Öskå The range of your non-diagonal elements includes 0. Hence the gradient doesn't change appreciably. My non-diagonal elements have different ranges.
Dec
5
asked FindGraphCommunities method options?
Dec
5
asked Split graph into independent maximal cliques?
Dec
5
comment What does the VertexMoving method for FindGraphCommunities do?
What is this method? FindGraphCommunities[g,Method->"VertexMoving"] doesn't do anything....
Dec
5
asked How to exclude the diagonal in a MatrixPlot?
Dec
4
accepted Community detection on weighted graphs?
Dec
4
comment Insert at specific resulting positions in multidimensional list?
That doesn't work as I want. The position of y in {{1}, {2, x, 3, y, 4}, {3, 4}, {5, z}} is {2,4}, but I want it to be {2,3}. The output I expect from inserttt[{{1}, {2, 3, 4}, {3, 4}, {5}}, {x, y, z}, {{2, 2}, {2, 3}, {4, 2}}] is {{1},{2,x,y,3,4},{3,4},{5,z}}
Dec
4
comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
@DavidG.Stork Yes. As I explain in the answer, this method doesn't allow inserting multiple elements. It only inserts copies of the same element. Hence I obtain {x, 1, 2, 3, x, 4, 5}
Dec
4
comment Insert at specific resulting positions in multidimensional list?
@Kuba Typo. Fixed.
Dec
4
revised Insert at specific resulting positions in multidimensional list?
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Dec
4
comment Insert at specific resulting positions?
Sorry about that. I had a typo.