Tools for analysing the structure of branching stories
A Python package to explore the structure of branching stories. Documentation <https://sellisd.github.io/storystructure/>
The module has been developed with python 3.6.6 and the following modules. Other versions might work also but have not been tested:
pip install storystructure
To use the package two input data files are necessary:
An edgelist file with columns source and target
A node attributes file with columns node and attribute. The attribute column must be on of the following values good, bad, pause.
from storystructure.storystructure import storystructure # create a new object s = storystructure.storystructure() # load an edgelist and node attributes s.loadStory(edges='edgelist.csv', nodes='nodeAttributes.csv') s.saveFig('graph'.png') # Make figure s.simplify() # Removing self loops and double edges s.makeGraph() s.savePathStats('allPaths.dat')
An more detailed example is included in the jupyter notebook scripts/Tutorial.ipybn
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