VTK/Examples/Python/Graphs/SelectedVerticesAndEdges

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  • Contributed by Eric Monson

SelectedVerticesAndEdges.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
from __future__ import print_function
 
import vtk
 
source = vtk.vtkRandomGraphSource()
source.Update()
 
view = vtk.vtkGraphLayoutView()
view.AddRepresentationFromInputConnection(source.GetOutputPort())
 
def selectionCallback(caller, event):
 
    # In C++ there is some extra data passed to the callback, but in Python
    # the callback data is lost...
 
    # There should be two selection nodes, but which one is vertices and which
    # is edges does not seem to be guaranteed...
    sel = caller.GetCurrentSelection()
    node0 = sel.GetNode(0)
    node0_field_type = node0.GetFieldType()
    sel_list0 = caller.GetCurrentSelection().GetNode(0).GetSelectionList()
    node1 = sel.GetNode(1)
    node1_field_type = node1.GetFieldType()
    sel_list1 = caller.GetCurrentSelection().GetNode(1).GetSelectionList()
 
    if (sel_list0.GetNumberOfTuples() > 0):
        printFieldType(node0_field_type)
        for ii in range(sel_list0.GetNumberOfTuples()):
            print("\t", sel_list0.GetValue(ii))
 
    if (sel_list1.GetNumberOfTuples() > 0):
        printFieldType(node1_field_type)
        for ii in range(sel_list1.GetNumberOfTuples()):
            print("\t", sel_list1.GetValue(ii))
 
        print("- - -")
 
 
def printFieldType(field_type):
 
    if field_type == 3:
           print("Vertices Selected:")
    elif field_type == 4:
           print("Edges Selected:")
    else:
           print("Unknown type:")
 
rep = view.GetRepresentation(0)
 
# The vtkRenderedGraphRepresentation should already have a vtkAnnotationLink,
# so we just want to grab it and add an observer with our callback function
# attached
link = rep.GetAnnotationLink()
link.AddObserver("AnnotationChangedEvent", selectionCallback)
 
view.GetRenderWindow().SetSize(600, 600)
view.ResetCamera()
view.Render()
view.GetInteractor().Start()