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Filter edges

Filters can be applied to filter edges from the graph. Filters use a function selector that returns a boolean indicating whether the edge should be visible (true) or filtered out (false). In the following example, we use the function ogma.transformation.createEdgeFilter to filter edges having a "properties.raised_amount_usd" data property with a value over 50000000. It returns an object that is can be used later to remove the filter by doing `filter.destroy()`.

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    #graph-container {
      top: 0;
      bottom: 0;
      left: 0;
      right: 0;
      position: absolute;
      margin: 0;
      overflow: hidden;

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    'use strict';

    var ogma = new Ogma({
      container: 'graph-container'

    ogma.parse.jsonFromUrl('files/solarCity.json').then(function (g) {

      var filter;

      // Show edges with raised amount >= $50 millions
      // and hide all other edges, including
      // those which have not the raised_amount_usd property.
      setTimeout(function () {
        filter = ogma.transformations.addEdgeFilter(function (e) {
          return e.getData('properties.raised_amount_usd') > 50000000

        filter.whenApplied().then(function () {
          console.log('Filter done!');
      }, 1500);

      // Remove the previously created filter
      // filter.destroy();