Oct 15, 2012 at 9:36 PM
Edited Oct 15, 2012 at 9:36 PM
Sort of, but it requires several steps. Try this:
1. In the Vertices worksheet, select the vertex you want to see.
2. In the graph pane, right-click the selected vertex and select Select Subgraphs from the right-click menu.
3. In the Select Subgraphs dialog box, select "the clicked vertex only", set the "level of adjacent vertices to include" to 1.0, and check or uncheck the "select the connecting edges" option. (You didn't say whether you
wanted to see the connecting edges.) Click the Select button, then the Close button.
The vertex and its immediate neighbors are now selected and shown in red. Now if you want to hide all the other vertices and edges, do this:
4. Right-click the graph pane and select Graph Options from the right-click menu.
5. In the Graph Options dialog box, set the Opacity on the Edges tab to 0, and set the Opacity on the Vertices tab to 0. Click OK.
Now, all vertices and edges except those that are selected are invisible.
So you can do it, but it's not as simple as you might want.