Tools for processing buggy graphs.


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Buggy graphtools

This package contains the graph API for Buggy graphs.

Graph structure

A graph in Buggy is a directed, multigraph that allows compounds. Compounds are subgraphs in a node of the graph itself. You can picture it like this:

A compound node that contains another graph.

Each node in the graph also has to have at least one port. Ports are divided into input (green) and output ports (red). The format for a graph is JSON which contains five basic fields:

  "nodes": [
    {"ref": "<meta-id>", "id": "<some-unique-id>"},
    {"id": "<u-id>", "version": "<semver-version>", "componentId": "<component-id>",
     "ports": [{"port": "<port-name>", "kind": "input|output", "type": "number"}],
     "atomic": "true", "metaInformation": {"some-key": "some-value"}},
    {"id": "<u-id>", "version": "<semver-version>", "atomic": false,
     "ports": [{"port": "<port-name>", "kind": "input|output", "type": "number"}],
     "nodes": <Sub-Nodes>, "edges": <Sub-Edges>, "metaInformation": {"some-key": "some-value"}},
  "edges": [
    {"from": "<node-id>:<port-name>", "to": "<node-id>:<port-name>", "layer": "dataflow"}
  "version": "<semver-version of graph API>",
  "components": [
    {"componentId": "<component-id>", "ports": [...], "atomic": true},
    {"componentId": "<component-id>", "ports": [...], "nodes": <Sub-Nodes>, "edges": <Sub-Edges>}
  "metaInformation": {"some-key": "some-value"}


import * as Graph from '@buggorg/graphtools'


You can find the JSDoc documentation here

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