Notebooks and visualizations¶
graphbrain.notebook package contains functions that are specifically meant for use with Jupyter notebooks. Currently it provides three hyperedge visualizations, meant to be used inside notebooks.
show() produces a indented visualization with syntax highlighting according to hyperedge type:
from graphbrain.notebook import * show('((first/M published/P.sox) einstein/C (the/M (of/B theory/C relativity/C)) (in/T 1905/C))')
The optional argument
style specifies layout style. The two possible options are “indented” (the default) and “line”.
blocks() produces a block diagram, also using colors to distinguish hyperedge types:
blocks('((first/M published/P.sox) einstein/C (the/M (of/B theory/C relativity/C)) (in/T 1905/C))')
vblocks() also produces a block diagram similar to
blocks(), which is more vertically spread and might thus be preferable for complex hyperedges:
from graphbrain import hedge edge = hedge("""(reports/Pd.sx wikipedia/C (that/T (and/J ((first/M published/Pd.sox) einstein/Cp.s (the/M (of/B theory/C relativity/C)) (in/T 1905/C)) (revolutionized/P.o physics/C))))""") vblocks(edge)
vblocks() accept the optional arguments “subtypes” (default: False), “argroles” (default: True) and “namespaces” (default: False). These are meant to control the level of detail at which atoms are represented.