Source code for graphscope.analytical.app.eigenvector_centrality

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from graphscope.framework.app import AppAssets
from graphscope.framework.app import not_compatible_for

__all__ = ["eigenvector_centrality"]


[docs]@not_compatible_for("arrow_property", "dynamic_property") def eigenvector_centrality(graph, tolerance=1e-06, max_round=100): """Compute the eigenvector centrality for the `graph`. See more about eigenvector centrality here: https://networkx.org/documentation/networkx-1.10/reference/generated/networkx.algorithms.centrality.eigenvector_centrality.html Args: graph (:class:`Graph`): A projected simple graph. tolerance (float, optional): Defaults to 1e-06. max_round (int, optional): Defaults to 100. Returns: :class:`VertexDataContext`: A context with each vertex assigned with a gv-centrality. Examples: .. code:: python import graphscope as gs s = gs.session() g = s.load_from('The parameters for loading a graph...') pg = g.project_to_simple(v_label='vlabel', e_label='elabel') r = gs.eigenvector_centrality(pg) s.close() """ tolerance = float(tolerance) max_round = int(max_round) return AppAssets(algo="eigenvector_centrality")(graph, tolerance, max_round)