@davidisaaclee/interval-tree

An implementation of a symmetrically-augmented interval tree with an immutable functional interface. All state is stored as plain objects for easy serialization or use in a Redux state.

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interval-tree

An implementation of a symmetrically-augmented interval tree with an immutable functional interface. All state is stored as plain objects for easy serialization or use in a Redux state.

Installation

yarn add @davidisaaclee/interval-tree

Development

# Clone repository.
git clone https://github.com/davidisaaclee/interval-tree
cd interval-tree

# Install dependencies.
yarn

# Build for ES modules, CommonJS, and UMD.
yarn build

# Run tests.
yarn test

# Optional: Build documentation and place in `docs/`.
yarn run docs

Usage

Constructing a tree

// One of:
import * as IntervalTree from '@davidisaaclee/interval-tree';
const IntervalTree = require('@davidisaaclee/interval-tree');

let tree = IntervalTree.empty;

tree =
  IntervalTree.insert(
    {
      id: 'interval1', 
      range: {
        low: 2,
        high: 10
      }
    },
    tree);

const intervalsToAdd = [
  {
    id: 'interval2', 
    range: {
      low: 3,
      high: 4
    }
  },
  {
    id: 'interval3', 
    range: {
      low: -5,
      high: 0
    }
  },
];

tree = intervalsToAdd.reduce(
  (tree, interval) => IntervalTree.insert(interval, tree),
  tree);


tree =
  IntervalTree.remove(
    'interval2',
    tree);

Querying for intersecting intervals

// `tree` is the tree we constructed in the example above,
// with intervals `interval1` and `interval3`.
const intersects5To10 =
  IntervalTree.queryIntersection(
    { low: 5, high: 10 },
    tree);

assert.deepEqual(intersects5To10, {
  'interval1': {
    id: 'interval1', 
    range: {
      low: 2,
      high: 10
    }
  }
});


const intersectsNegative4To3 =
  IntervalTree.queryIntersection(
    { low: -4, high: 3 },
    tree);

assert.deepEqual(intersectsNegative4To3, {
  'interval1': {
    id: 'interval1', 
    range: {
      low: 2,
      high: 10
    }
  },
  'interval3': {
    id: 'interval3', 
    range: {
      low: -5,
      high: 0
    }
  },
});

Curried usage

All exposed functions have been passed through Ramda's curry function, which allows the functions to be optionally called in curried form.

import * as IntervalTree from 'interval-tree';

let tree = IntervalTree.empty;

tree = IntervalTree.insert(interval1)(tree);
// is the same as
tree = IntervalTree.insert(interval1, tree);

This allows for chaining functions by composing them.

import * as R from 'ramda';

// `pipe` is left-to-right function composition.
// http://ramdajs.com/docs/#pipe

const tree = R.pipe(
  IntervalTree.insert(interval1),
  IntervalTree.insert(interval2),
  IntervalTree.insert(interval3),
  IntervalTree.remove('interval2')
)(IntervalTree.empty);

See also

There are a lot of other well-written interval tree packages. I wrote this one because I wanted an interval tree I could use in a Redux state, and all of the implementations I found were class-based or mutable.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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