wgPlot - Weighted Graph Plot (a better version of gplot)
Updated 23 Jun 2009
Plot graphs just like gplot. But allow user to input an adjacency matrix with weighted edges and/or weighted vertices. The Edge weights are mapped to a colormap. The vertex weights are proportional to the vertex size. Using parameter-value pairs, user can even specify the vertex scaling factor, edge width, and the colormap used to show other meta data associated with the vertices. (Couple of the graph included as example were from David Gleich's matlabBGL package.)
Mike Wu (2023). wgPlot - Weighted Graph Plot (a better version of gplot) (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/24035-wgplot-weighted-graph-plot-a-better-version-of-gplot), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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included a missing helper function prh.m
fix bug on plotting colored/sized markers over the default marker when user specify the vertex weight/meta data.
Fixes a minor but that plots all the vertices even when some of them are not connected to any other vertices. Now it only plots vertices that have connections by default when the adjacency matrix has lot of row/columns with no connections.
Added a missing helper file for setting the plot area for plotting the graph. Also updated wgPlot to include parameter-value pairs for specifying the marker style.
Added an missing auxiliary file for setting the axes' plot area. And updated the wgPlot to include a parameter for changing the marker style.