Opened 7 months ago
Last modified 6 weeks ago
#30540 new enhancement
Provide graph editor that works with Jupyter
Reported by: | slelievre | Owned by: | |
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Priority: | major | Milestone: | sage-9.4 |
Component: | user interface | Keywords: | graph_editor |
Cc: | boothby, jason, mpatel, nthiery, nvcleemp, rbeezer, rkirov, rlm, slelievre, was, zerline, gh-jcamp0x2a, gh-jfraymond | Merged in: | |
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Report Upstream: | N/A | Work issues: | |
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Description (last modified by )
This ticket is about providing a graph editor that works in Jupyter (Jupyter Notebook or JupyterLab).
Possibly in the form of a Jupyter widget, using any existing one if possible.
This is part of
- #29889: Metaticket: Jupyter improvements for things that were in sagenb
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And if I forgot someone who wanted to be cc-ed, it's easy: just cc yourself.
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Candidates could be francy, bqplot, networkx+matplotlib. A promising one:
https://blog.jupyter.org/interactive-graph-visualization-in-jupyter-with-ipycytoscape-a8828a54ab63
comment:4 follow-up: ↓ 5 Changed 7 months ago by
Some nice features would be:
- ability to disable any automatic layouting: not as annoying as an editor that keeps moving vertices while you're trying to construct a complicated graph
- ability to have a layout-only mode: if you have a graph, you might want to change the layout without accidentally changing the graph structure
Probably some more, but these are the first two I could think of.
comment:5 in reply to: ↑ 4 Changed 7 months ago by
Replying to nvcleemp:
Some nice features would be:
- ability to disable any automatic layouting: not as annoying as an editor that keeps moving vertices while you're trying to construct a complicated graph
- ability to have a layout-only mode: if you have a graph, you might want to change the layout without accidentally changing the graph structure
Probably some more, but these are the first two I could think of.
The "CS academy" graph editor (not sure about the license -- I'm asking them) has those features. There's a button "Force" to let some force reshape the graph, and buttons "Draw", "Edit", "Delete", "Config" that stop the movement to let the user edit the graph. There's also a text column on the left where one can manually edit the graph vertices and edges.
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Setting new milestone based on a cursory review of ticket status, priority, and last modification date.
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Hello,
I just see this ticket. Last year I started to (occasionally) develop a graph editor for sage using ipycanvas and ipywidgets, that can be found in the following repository: https://gitlab.limos.fr/jfraymon/phitigra
It is not completely finished (and the code could/will be improved) but it is functional: one can draw a graph and export it, zoom in/out, change vertex colors, use layout algorithms, etc.
I did not make a ticket here to include it in sage because it depends on external libraries (ipycanvas and ipywidgets) and I thought it would be annoying to review (also it is still work in progress).
I cc-ed a lot of people who have had historical involvement with this topic.
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