Creating subgraph using igraph
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7.4 years ago
Vinay ▴ 30

I need to obtain a subgraph of the seed nodes (the input list of nodes; file.txt) and their first interactors (neighbours) from a graph (g) using igraph. Unfortunately, I am ending up with only a single node in the subgraph, and not all the rest of the nodes and edges (vertices) which interlink them.

g<-read.graph("DATABASE.ncol",format="ncol",directed=FALSE) #load the data
g2<-simplify(g, remove.multiple=TRUE, remove.loops=TRUE) # Remove the self-loops in the data
DAT1 <- readLines("file.txt")   #It provides a character vector right away
list_nodes_1 = neighbors(g2, DAT1) #list of nodes to be fetched in subnetwork
list_nodes_1 # 16
g3 <- induced.subgraph(graph=g2,vids=DAT1) #subnetwork construction
g3 # GRAPH UN-- 1 0 --; indicating only one node
plot (g3)

Any suggestions for obtaining the whole subnetwork (including nodes and vertices)? or is there any other function available for creating sub-graphs?

Sample Files:

DATABASE.ncol (It is a simple text file with one edge per line. An edge is defined by two symbolic vertex names delimited by tab):

MAP2K4  FLNC
MYPN    ACTN2
ACVR1   FNTA
GATA2   PML
RPA2    STAT3
ARF1    GGA3
ARF3    ARFIP2
ARF3    ARFIP1
XRN1    ALDOA
APP     APPBP2
APLP1   DAB1
CITED2  TFAP2A
EP300   TFAP2A
APOB    MTTP
ARRB2   RALGDS
CSF1R   GRB2
PRRC2A  GRB2
LSM1    NARS
SLC4A1  SLC4A1AP
BCL3    BARD1
file.txt

ALDOA
APLP1
GRB2
RPA2
FLNC
BCL3
APP
RALGDS
PRRC2A
NARS
LSM1
GGA3
FNTA
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7.3 years ago
5utr ▴ 360

If you want the graph of DAT1 vertexes and all their first degree neighbors, this is the command:

 

induced.subgraph(graph=g2,vids=unlist(neighborhood(graph=g2,order=1,nodes=DAT1)))

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