frag.diameters {archeofrag} | R Documentation |

## Diameter distribution for unconnected graphs

### Description

Returns the distribution of the diameter values of a fragmentation graph.

### Usage

```
frag.diameters(graph, cumulative = FALSE)
```

### Arguments

`graph` |
An |

`cumulative` |
Logical. If TRUE the cumulative relative frequency of the diameters is reported. |

### Details

`frag.diameters`

wraps the `igraph`

`diameter`

function.
For graphs representing the fragmentation of archeological objects, the diameter of each component of the graph (i.e. archeological objects) can be interpreted:
as a measure of the intensity of fragmentation (when all the fragments of the initial object are known);
as a measure of the scattering of the fragments (when not all the fragments are known);

### Value

A numeric vector of the length equal to the maximum diameter value found. The first element is the frequency of the diameter values = 1, the second element is the frequency of diameter values = 2, etc. If `cumulative`

is True, the cumulative density is returned.

### Author(s)

Sebastien Plutniak <sebastien.plutniak at posteo.net>

### See Also

### Examples

```
g <- frag.simul.process(n.components=20, vertices=50, disturbance=.15)
frag.diameters(g)
frag.diameters(g, cumulative=TRUE)
```

*archeofrag*version 0.8.2 Index]