#### Fetching all trees

Ankur Goel <ankur...@...>

Hi,
i have a graph with following connection ex:

1. n1--> n2--->n3
2. n4-->n5
3. n5
Where n represent node and line between them is edge.

What i am looking janus query should return all connected tree. Does Janus support this?

In above graph it should return 3 trees.

~

Hi Ankur,

You can experiment witth the repeat step:

`gremlin>  g=TinkerFactory.createModern().traversal()==>graphtraversalsource[tinkergraph[vertices:6 edges:6], standard]gremlin> g.V().emit().repeat(out()).times(2).path().by('name')==>[marko]==>[marko,lop]==>[marko,vadas]==>[marko,josh]==>[marko,josh,ripple]==>[marko,josh,lop]==>[vadas]==>[lop]==>[josh]==>[josh,ripple]==>[josh,lop]==>[ripple]==>[peter]==>[peter,lop]`

Cheers,    Marc

Op vrijdag 27 oktober 2017 13:22:17 UTC+2 schreef Ankur Goel:

Hi,
i have a graph with following connection ex:

1. n1--> n2--->n3
2. n4-->n5
3. n5
Where n represent node and line between them is edge.

What i am looking janus query should return all connected tree. Does Janus support this?

In above graph it should return 3 trees.

~

Ankur Goel <ankur...@...>

Thnx Marc,

I am also using this, but with this, mentioned query should be aware about all possible connections between vertices in a connected graph.
Pros: with this approach if any new edge connection happen than for each we have to alter query, time is another dimension also.

I am looking a method that give me all different connected graph by  any vertices without knowing intricacy of the graph: just all connected vertex.

~

On Friday, October 27, 2017 at 4:52:17 PM UTC+5:30, Ankur Goel wrote:
Hi,
i have a graph with following connection ex:

1. n1--> n2--->n3
2. n4-->n5
3. n5
Where n represent node and line between them is edge.

What i am looking janus query should return all connected tree. Does Janus support this?

In above graph it should return 3 trees.

~

Daniel Kuppitz <me@...>

Check out the connected components recipe.

Cheers,
Daniel

On Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 10:53 PM, Ankur Goel wrote:
Thnx Marc,

I am also using this, but with this, mentioned query should be aware about all possible connections between vertices in a connected graph.
Pros: with this approach if any new edge connection happen than for each we have to alter query, time is another dimension also.

I am looking a method that give me all different connected graph by  any vertices without knowing intricacy of the graph: just all connected vertex.

~

On Friday, October 27, 2017 at 4:52:17 PM UTC+5:30, Ankur Goel wrote:
Hi,
i have a graph with following connection ex:

1. n1--> n2--->n3
2. n4-->n5
3. n5
Where n represent node and line between them is edge.

What i am looking janus query should return all connected tree. Does Janus support this?

In above graph it should return 3 trees.

~

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