I’m using python-igraph to find the motifs in a graph with the method
And it returns a list of the number of each motif. However, I don’t know what kind of motif each number corresponds to.
g = IGraph.TupleList(edges, directed=True, vertex_name_attr='name', edge_attrs=None, weights=True)
And I get a list:
[nan, nan, 2, nan, 4, 10, 9, 1, 0, 33, 26, 0, 4, 0, 17, 16]
What kind of motif does the number 16 represent？
If you have
motif_count = g.motifs_randesu(size=4) then each element of
motif_count gives the counts of the motif. That is, if
motif_count[i] = n then isoclass
n times in the graph. You can construct the graph which motif
i corresponds to with
Graph.Isoclass(n=4, class=i). See also https://igraph.org/python/doc/igraph.GraphBase-class.html#Isoclass
It works！Thank you for you help！
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