installation problem with Mex files

Asked by alisonlynnhill@gmail.com on 2010-05-04

Hello,
I am trying to use the matlab_bgl package on Matlab 7.9 R2009b on Mac OS X10.6. I put the folder in my matlab directory, navigated into it and typed at the command line:

>>clustering_coefficients(sparse(ones(5)))
??? Undefined function or method 'clustering_coefficients_mex' for input arguments of
type 'double'.

Error in ==> clustering_coefficients at 97
ccfs=clustering_coefficients_mex(A,options.undirected,weight_arg);

And I received the error shown above. How do I properly complete the installation so that these files in the private folder are recognized?
Thanks
Alison

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David Gleich (dgleich) said :
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Alison,

Unfortunately, I haven't been able to compile MatlabBGL for OSX 10.6
yet -- something changed that broke backwards compatibility -- and
thus it won't work. I've haven't been able to find anyone with all
the stuff I need to compile it yet. If you'd be willing to help, let
me know.

David

On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 11:57 AM, <email address hidden>
<email address hidden> wrote:
> New question #109637 on Matlab BGL:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/matlab-bgl/+question/109637
>
> Hello,
> I am trying to use the matlab_bgl package on Matlab 7.9 R2009b on Mac OS X10.6. I put the folder in my matlab directory, navigated into it and typed at the command line:
>
>>>clustering_coefficients(sparse(ones(5)))
> ??? Undefined function or method 'clustering_coefficients_mex' for input arguments of
> type 'double'.
>
> Error in ==> clustering_coefficients at 97
> ccfs=clustering_coefficients_mex(A,options.undirected,weight_arg);
>
> And I received the error shown above. How do I properly complete the installation so that these files in the private folder are recognized?
> Thanks
> Alison
>
>
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> contact for Matlab BGL.
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