I was trying to add various values to a custom data type I created but for some reason just the first one gets added to the list.
I want to generate a adjacency list for nodes in a graph iterating over all edges and adding the neighbor.
If I do the same operation with a dataTree it works as expected.
private void RunScript(DataTree<int> edges, int x, ref object A, ref object B)
var nodes = new List<Node>();
var adj = new DataTree<int>();
for (int i = 0; i < edges.BranchCount; i++)
// why does it not work like this
Node n1 = new Node(edges.Branch(i));
Node n2 = new Node(edges.Branch(i));
//I thought it would be the equivalent to this:
adj.Add(n1.name, new GH_Path(n2.name));
adj.Add(n2.name, new GH_Path(n1.name));
// get the indices of the adjacent nodes
var neighbors = new List<int>();
for (int i = 0; i < nodes[x].AdjN.Count; i++)
A = neighbors;
B = adj;
// <Custom additional code>
public class Node
public int name;
public List<Node> AdjN;
// constructor that takes the current node and initializes the adjList
public Node(int _node)
name = _node;
AdjN = new List<Node>();
If someone could give me a hint really apreciated.
Thanks for everyone and have a nice weekend!
File:20200625_CDT.gh (15.5 KB)
I haven’t drunk my coffee yet, so can you explain your problem better? What’s wrong? What do you expect? what does it have to do with being a custom type? Why do you use the x parameter to only access one node item?
thanks for reading and sorry for explaining so poorly.
Assuming I have a network of edges and I want to get a adjacency list for every vertex, I iterate over each edge putting the next vertex(edges.Branch(i)) of the edge as a neighbor of the current vertex(edges.Branch(i)) on it’s adjacency list and vice versa.
Using a datatree the outcome is a VertexConnectivityTree.Thats what I am after.
When I do the same with my Node object from my custom Node class(well I think it should be the equivalent action) instead of all adjacent vertices the adjacency list just contains one(the first) adjacent vertex.
Regarding your last two questions: I suspect it has to do with the custom data type, hence the title.
The x parameter I used to traverse the node list and show me just one node in the output.For debugging you could say.
I hope I did better explaining this time.
Thanks again !
Thanks for your answer.
My aim is not to use the datatree. It was just a reference, and I used it to prove the adjacency thing works as I imagined. I want to do it with the node class only(as in the second screenshot of my previous post). I wonder why there is just one neighbor added to the neighbors list.
Thanks again for your effort!
You create a new Node, call the
node.AdjN.Add() method on it once, then forget about that node. I may be misunderstanding this entirely, but are you expecting there to be more than one value in the
Thanks for your answer.
You are understanding it right.
I think I understood what you mean. The correct way would be to add all nodes to a list and then add their neighbours to them. At the moment I can’t try that, but coming home I will.
Thank you both ,
Now it is clear to me, I should have seen it in @Dani_Abalde example , after @DavidRutten advice now I can see it. Thank you both again for having the patience!