G1=SimpleGraph(100,10)with nodes 1:100, and a
G2=SimpleGraph(200,10)with nodes 50:200. I expect some edges to overlap. Obviously, this approach does not work because for G1, the nodes are numbered 1 through 100, while in G2, the nodes are numbered 1 through 150. MetaGraphs seems to be the right way to accomplish my task. Is there a better and perhaps more efficient way? Thanks.
WARNING: could not import LightGraphs.has_contiguous_vertices into SimpleGraphsCore ERROR: LoadError: LoadError: UndefVarError: is_graphical not defined Stacktrace:  include(::Module, ::String) at ./Base.jl:377  include(::String) at /home/kanishk509/code/LightGraphs.jl/src/LightGraphs.jl:1  top-level scope at /home/kanishk509/code/LightGraphs.jl/src/LightGraphs.jl:189  include(::String) at ./client.jl:439  top-level scope at REPL:1 in expression starting at /home/kanishk509/code/LightGraphs.jl/src/Generators/Generators.jl:6 in expression starting at /home/kanishk509/code/LightGraphs.jl/src/LightGraphs.jl:189
is_graphicalis defined in src/utils.jl
julia> using LightGraphs julia> L = random_regular_graph(100, 3) julia> paths= dijkstra_shortest_paths(L, 2) julia> distances = paths.dists julia> d = distances
Project.tomland then complaining that Crayons isn't in Base