These are chat archives for bio4j/dynamograph

10th
Nov 2014
Eduardo Pareja Tobes
@eparejatobes
Nov 10 2014 17:37

@alberskib I was thinking that it'd be a good idea if you could take a look at the current state of both https://github.com/bio4j/angulillos and https://github.com/bio4j/angulillos-titan, and ask me if there's something that you don't understand there. Overall the library is pretty straightforward if you factor out the java generics noise :)

I think it should be pretty straightforward to implement bio4j/angulillos-dynamodb, and it would let us experiment with DynamoDB as a backend with real big data. The scarph stuff is really nice but I honestly cannot give you an estimate of when it will be ready; so I want to keep things going regarding DynamoDB and your project.

alberskib
@alberskib
Nov 10 2014 23:20
Hello @eparejatobes. Today i just took a quick look and at the begining I had one question. I was diving into code and after some time I think that I found answer for my question but maybe it will be better if you answer it - just to be sure: Could you tell me why i.e. TypedEdge have parameter SourceGraph (SG)/TargetGraph (TG) ? In a weekend I spend some more time.
Alexey Alekhin
@laughedelic
Nov 10 2014 23:24
It’s better if @eparejatobes answer this, but I have a quick guess :wink:
I think it’s because it was developed with bio4j in mind, so bio4j has different parts/modules/subgraphs (like GO, Uniprot, etc.) and we want to have each such graph independent, while being able to connect them — so an edge can go from a (source-)type in one graph to a (target-)type in another graph.
alberskib
@alberskib
Nov 10 2014 23:24
Ok - it makes sense, I forget about it.
Alexey Alekhin
@laughedelic
Nov 10 2014 23:25
cool “) but remember, it’s my speculation, because I don’t know much about angulillos...