|Re: [stem-dev] VIRUSVESZELY!!! - Pajek graph- specifying dates and rates|
I have managed to make the pajek graph work with a network of around 68,000 nodes using the LibreOffice template. How many nodes were you trying to use?
Have you ever tried specifying more dates and rates for the edges? As on the web page?
1 2 popID beef rate 1.0 date 2012-01-01 rate 10.0
If so, have you ever had success with this?
Hopefully both of our problems will be able to be resolved.
Looking forward to talking to you on the STEM call on Thursday.
School of Biological Sciences
University of Bristol
Bristol Life Sciences Building
24 Tyndall Avenue
Tel +44 (0)117 394 1389
From: Engelhardt Tekla <EngelhardtT@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 25 September 2018 11:46:04
To: developer mailing list STEM; Emily Nixon
Subject: Re: VIRUSVESZELY!!! - [stem-dev] Pajek graph- specifying dates and rates
We also had some problem with the Pajek graph, especially when we made with LibreOffice template, it did not work, so we made the Pajek graph with Knime. We used the form found on the website (https://wiki.eclipse.org/Importing_a_Pajek_Graph):
*Vertices 3 1 Berlin 1 1 popID men popCount 100 popID women popCount 110 2 Bonn 1.5 1 popID men popCount 100 popID women popCount 110 3 Germany 1.2 1.2 *Edges 1 2 popID men rate 0.1 2 1 popID women rate 0.2 3 1
In that way it’s seemed to be work, but we think not a proper way. We noticed some movements, but it wasn’t as much as it could be. We noticed some disease spread between nodes, but based on data and parameters it should be more and more. We tried a small Pajek file firstly and it was OK, but when we tried with much more larger network it “failed”.
And for last but not least we also would like to connect to each other the Pajek file ( pig movements) and the shape file (wild boar population density), but yet it is not solved. So we also noticed some errors with a Pajek, what is noticed by Emily and we also have a question according to Pajek and shape files.
We also will be on the STEM phone call on Thursday.
Dr. Engelhardt Tekla
Nemzeti Élelmiszerlánc-biztonsági Hivatal
Rendszerszervezési és Felügyeleti Igazgatóság
1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 15/B.
Tekla ENGELHARDT, PhD
National Food Chain Safety Office
System Management and Supervision Directorate
H-1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 15/B.
On 2018. September 21. at 17:33:21, Nixon Emily (emily.nixon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
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