### Deepa Maheshvare (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Steven Lord

on 14 Dec 2018

### Jan (view profile)

How do we use addedge to assign weights to a graph containing edges with multiple edge weigths(Value1 and Value2, in my example)?
tail = [1 2 3 4];
head = [2 3 4 5];
G.Edges.Value1 = ones(4,1)
G.Edges.Value2 = zeros(4,1)
G = addedge(G,5,6,1) %I want to assign 1 to Value1 to the new edge created between nodes 5,6
I obtain the following error.
Unable to add weighted edges to an unweighted graph.
Any suggestions?

Jan

### Jan (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018
According to the documentation: doc addedge
H = addedge(G,s,t,w) also specifies weights, w, for the edges between s and t.
The 4th input is the weight. It is not clear to me, what "assign 1 to Value1" means.
Deepa Maheshvare

### Deepa Maheshvare (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018
I meant, assigning a value of 1 to the newly added edge in the edge property named Value1 (here->G.Edges.Value1 = ones(4,1))
Deepa Maheshvare

### Deepa Maheshvare (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018
Let's say the graph is weighted, then H = addedge(G,s,t,w) works for Graph.Edges.Weight.
I'm trying to do the same for custom attributes (Graph.Edges.Value1) and I couldn't succeed.
Hope I was able to explain the problem

on 14 Dec 2018
Edited by Jan

### Jan (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018

Do you mean:
G.Edges.Value1 = ones(5,1)
Or
T = table(1, 0, 'VariableNames', {'Value1', 'Value2'});
G = addedge(G, 5, 6, T)

Steven Lord

### Steven Lord (view profile)

on 14 Dec 2018
Or you can build a table with variables EndNodes and your custom attribute names and call addedge with the graph and the table as the two inputs. The "Add Edges with Attributes to Graph" example on the addedge documentation page shows how to do this.