I'm creating a graph out of given sequence of Y values held by
curveSeq. (the X values are enumerated automatically: 0,1,2...)
curveSeq = [10,20,30], my graph will contain the points:
<0,10>, <1,20>, <2,30>.
I'm drawing a series of graphs on the same
nx.Graph in order to present everything in one picture.
My problem is:
<0,10>presents its respective label and I don't know how to remove it.
for example, for the sequence:
The received graph is:
The code is:
for point in curveSeq: cur_point = point #assert len(cur_point) == 2 if prev_point is not None: # Calculate the distance between the nodes with the Pythagorean # theorem b = cur_point - prev_point c = cur_point - prev_point a = math.sqrt(b ** 2 + c ** 2) G.add_edge(cur_point, prev_point, weight=a) G.add_node(cur_point) pos[cur_point] = cur_point prev_point = cur_point #key: G.add_node((curve+1,-1)) pos[(curve+1,-1)] = (curve+1,-1) nx.draw(G, pos=pos, node_color = colors[curve],node_size=80) nx.draw_networkx_edges(G,pos=pos,alpha=0.5,width=8,edge_color=colors[curve]) plt.savefig(currIteration+'.png')
You can add the
with_labels=False keyword to suppress drawing of the labels with
networkx.draw(G, pos=pos, node_color=colors[curve], node_size=80, with_labels=False)
Then draw specific labels with
where labels is a dictionary mapping node ids to labels.
Take a look at this example http://networkx.github.com/documentation/latest/examples/drawing/labels_and_colors.html