# Creating a histogram of the number of edges in a digraph

I have the following Code which calculates the number of edges in a range theta1 and theta2. As seen from this Manipulate, one can arbitrarily choose a lower and upper bound for mm and simply see the associated digraph as well as the total number of edges in it. Basically, this is a histogram of edges, but a very disaggragted one.

Clear[mm, vLabels, selectBetween, subgraphBetween];
mm = RandomReal[0.5, {10, 10}];
vLabels = {1 -> AGR, 2 -> FIS, 3 -> CO1, 4 -> CO2, 5 -> MA1, 6 -> MA2,
7 -> EGW, 8 -> CST, 9 -> WHS, 10 -> HOT};
selectBetween[\[Theta]1_, \[Theta]2_] :=
BoolEval[\[Theta]1 <= mm <= \[Theta]2];
subgraphBetween[\[Theta]1_, \[Theta]2_] :=
PlotLabel -> \[Theta]1 <= Subscript[m, ij] <= \[Theta]2,
VertexSize -> 0.3, VertexLabels -> vLabels , ImagePadding -> 20,
ImageSize -> 150];
Manipulate[
Grid[
{{"Digraph within the range for \!$$\*SubscriptBox[\(m$$, \
$$ij$$]\)",
"Total number of edges in the interval"}, {subgraphBetween[\
\[Theta]1, \[Theta]2],
EdgeCount[subgraphBetween[\[Theta]1, \[Theta]2]]}} // Transpose
],
{{\[Theta]1, 0.00001,
"Threshold \[Theta]1 < \!$$\*SubscriptBox[\(m$$, $$ij$$]\)"},
0.00001, 0.5, 0.01},
{{\[Theta]2, 0.00001,
"\!$$\*SubscriptBox[\(m$$, $$ij$$]\) < Threshold \[Theta]2"},
0.00001, 0.5, 0.01}
]


I like to have a histogram of edges in mm in which each ban is defined by a range from theta1 to theta2. I also like to see the number of edges on top of each bar in the histogram so that the reader will immediately see how many edges exist in the relevant bar.

• We don't use SMS style here. Hope I'm clear. – user64494 Jun 1 '19 at 2:36
• @user64494: I do not know what SMS style is. I simply cut and past parts of my Code. This is the way I have been doing until today. – Tugrul Temel Jun 1 '19 at 12:28

Manipulate[Grid[{{"Digraph within the range for " <>
"Total number of edges in the interval",  "bar chart"},
{subgraphBetween[θ1, θ2], EdgeCount[subgraphBetween[θ1, θ2]],
BarChart[ec = EdgeCount[subgraphBetween[##]] & @@@
Partition[Range[θ1, θ2, (θ2 - θ1)/nbars], 2, 1],
ChartLabels -> Placed[ec, Above]]}} // Transpose],
{{θ1, 0.00001, "Threshold θ1 < " <> ToString[Subscript[m, ij], TraditionalForm]},
0.00001, 0.5, 0.01},
{{θ2, 0.1, ToString[Subscript[m, ij], TraditionalForm] <> " < Threshold θ2"},
θ1 + 0.00001, 0.5, 0.01},
{{nbars, 5}, 1, 20, 1}] If you have to use Histogram replace BarChart[...] above with

Histogram[{0}, {binlims = Range[θ1, θ2, (θ2 - θ1)/nbars]},
(EdgeCount[subgraphBetween[##]] & @@@ Partition[binlims, 2, 1]&),
LabelingFunction -> Above]


to get • this is really very very nice. Thank you. – Tugrul Temel Jun 1 '19 at 12:26
• @TugrulTemel, you are welcome. Thank you for the accept. – kglr Jun 1 '19 at 12:44