Determine whether the given vertex degrees (in- and out-degrees for directed graphs) can be realized by a graph.

## Usage

```
is_graphical(
out.deg,
in.deg = NULL,
allowed.edge.types = c("simple", "loops", "multi", "all")
)
```

## Arguments

- out.deg
Integer vector, the degree sequence for undirected graphs, or the out-degree sequence for directed graphs.

- in.deg
`NULL`

or an integer vector. For undirected graphs, it should be`NULL`

. For directed graphs it specifies the in-degrees.- allowed.edge.types
The allowed edge types in the graph. ‘simple’ means that neither loop nor multiple edges are allowed (i.e. the graph must be simple). ‘loops’ means that loop edges are allowed but mutiple edges are not. ‘multi’ means that multiple edges are allowed but loop edges are not. ‘all’ means that both loop edges and multiple edges are allowed.

## Details

The classical concept of graphicality assumes simple graphs. This function can perform the check also when self-loops, multi-edges, or both are allowed in the graph.

## References

Hakimi SL: On the realizability of a set of integers as degrees
of the vertices of a simple graph. *J SIAM Appl Math* 10:496-506, 1962.

PL Erdos, I Miklos and Z Toroczkai: A simple Havel-Hakimi type algorithm to
realize graphical degree sequences of directed graphs. *The Electronic
Journal of Combinatorics* 17(1):R66, 2010.

## See also

Other graphical degree sequences:
`is_degseq()`

## Author

Tamas Nepusz ntamas@gmail.com

## Examples

```
g <- sample_gnp(100, 2 / 100)
is_degseq(degree(g))
#> [1] TRUE
is_graphical(degree(g))
#> [1] TRUE
```