Hi Tiago and everyone else on the list
Thank you for your swift reply.
The attached png is one example of a max flow calculation result.
The flow is limited in four places in this graph.
I would like to extract the order of the edges in the four paths I drew.
The shortest path solution you described corresponds to path 3 in the drawing.
all_shortest_paths gives my path 3 and another completely different path before crashing with a memoryError.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Best,
Alex
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From: Tiago de Paula Peixoto [tiago(a)skewed.de]
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2017 18:43
To: Hobé Alex
Subject: Re: Graphtool: Finding the paths that the maximum flow algorithm produces
Hi Hobé,
I'm not sure I understand what you want. Any path containing edges with
positive flow is a "flow path". There are many of them. Which one do you
want? If you just want _some_ path, just filter out the edges with zero flow
and get the shortest path. But there are many other ways to proceed...
Best,
Tiago
PS. There is a mailing list of the graph-tool project, where questions like
this can be posted. It is better to use the list than to ask me directly,
since it builds a repository of questions others can consult, and other
people can help you as well.
On 09.03.2017 17:04, Hobé Alex wrote:
> Dear Mr. de Paula Peixoto
>
> I am using the python graphtool for my master thesis and am enjoying the
> beautiful pictures it produces.
> When computing the maximum flow I would like to use other edge properties
> along the computed path for further calculations.
> I am therefore looking for a way to find an array, which contains the edges
> along a flow path, similar to the shortest_path result.
> I looked through all the pages of the online tutorial, learnt a couple of
> new tricks, but haven't found a way to solve this.
>
> I would be very thankful for any assistance you would be able to provide and
> I look forward to hearing from you.
> Best wishes,
>
> Alex Hobé
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