What is this course about?
Utility companies’ users can learn how to inspect the logical consistency of a network and verifying connectivity between two points.
Water utilities’ users can determine which valves to shut off when a pipe burst.
Environmental monitoring stations can hone in on a source of pollution in streams.
Electric companies’ users can check which part of the network is disconnected and use that information to figure out how to reconnect it or how to discover an electrical short circuit.
Electric utility companies can use the phone calls of customers experiencing an outage to locate suspect transformers or downed lines.
Visualisation, Editing and Analysis Course
What skills will I learn?
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Calculate the shortest path between two points.
- Find all connected or disconnected network elements.
- Find loops or circuits in the network.
- Determine flow direction of edges when sources or sinks are set.
- Trace network elements upstream or downstream from a point.
- Calculate the shortest path upstream from one point to another.
- Find all network elements upstream from many points and determine which elements are common to them all.