GetSubTreeSz

GetSubTreeSz(Graph, StartNId, FollowOut, FollowIn)

Returns the BFS tree size (number of nodes) and depth (number of levels) by following in-links and/or out-links of node StartNId.

Parameters:

  • Graph: graph (input)

    A Snap.py graph or a network.

  • StartNId: int (input)

    Starting node id.

  • FollowOut: bool (input)

    Whether to follow out-links.

  • FollowIn: bool (input)

    Whether to follow in-links.

Return value:

  • tuple

    The tuple is of size 3 and consists of the number of nodes in the tree (twice), and the number of levels in the tree.

The following example shows how to get the size of the tree starting at node 0 with TNGraph, TUNGraph, and TNEANet:

import snap

Graph = snap.GenTree(snap.PNGraph, 3, 3)
results = snap.GetSubTreeSz(Graph, 0, True, True)
print "Size %d, Depth %d" % (results[0], results[2])

UGraph = snap.GenTree(snap.PUNGraph, 3, 3)
results = snap.GetSubTreeSz(UGraph, 0, True, True)
print "Size %d, Depth %d" % (results[0], results[2])

Network = snap.GenTree(snap.PNEANet, 3, 3)
results = snap.GetSubTreeSz(Network, 0, True, True)
print "Size %d, Depth %d" % (results[0], results[2])

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