IsTree

IsTree(Graph)

Determines if Graph is a connected tree. The function returns a (boolean, int) tuple, where the boolean indicates whether Graph is a tree and the int is the node id for the root of the tree.

Parameters:

  • Graph: directed graph (input)

    A Snap.py directed graph or a network

Return value:

  • tuple

    The tuple consists of a bool that indicates whether Graph is a tree, and an int giving the node id for the root of the tree.

The following example shows how to detect trees in TNGraph and TNEANet:

import snap

Graph = snap.GenTree(snap.PNGraph, 3, 3)
(is_tree, root_id) = snap.IsTree(Graph)
print "The graph is a tree: %s " % is_tree
print "The graph has a root id: %d" % root_id

Network = snap.GenTree(snap.PNEANet, 3, 3)
(is_tree, root_id) = snap.IsTree(Network)
print "The graph is a tree: %s " % is_tree
print "The graph has a root id: %d" % root_id

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