langchain.indexes.graph.GraphIndexCreator

class langchain.indexes.graph.GraphIndexCreator[source]

Bases: BaseModel

Functionality to create graph index.

Create a new model by parsing and validating input data from keyword arguments.

Raises ValidationError if the input data cannot be parsed to form a valid model.

param graph_type: Type[langchain.graphs.networkx_graph.NetworkxEntityGraph] = <class 'langchain.graphs.networkx_graph.NetworkxEntityGraph'>
param llm: Optional[langchain_core.language_models.base.BaseLanguageModel] = None
async afrom_text(text: str, prompt: BasePromptTemplate = PromptTemplate(input_variables=['text'], template="You are a networked intelligence helping a human track knowledge triples about all relevant people, things, concepts, etc. and integrating them with your knowledge stored within your weights as well as that stored in a knowledge graph. Extract all of the knowledge triples from the text. A knowledge triple is a clause that contains a subject, a predicate, and an object. The subject is the entity being described, the predicate is the property of the subject that is being described, and the object is the value of the property.\n\nEXAMPLE\nIt's a state in the US. It's also the number 1 producer of gold in the US.\n\nOutput: (Nevada, is a, state)<|>(Nevada, is in, US)<|>(Nevada, is the number 1 producer of, gold)\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\nI'm going to the store.\n\nOutput: NONE\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\nOh huh. I know Descartes likes to drive antique scooters and play the mandolin.\nOutput: (Descartes, likes to drive, antique scooters)<|>(Descartes, plays, mandolin)\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\n{text}Output:")) NetworkxEntityGraph[source]

Create graph index from text asynchronously.

classmethod construct(_fields_set: Optional[SetStr] = None, **values: Any) Model

Creates a new model setting __dict__ and __fields_set__ from trusted or pre-validated data. Default values are respected, but no other validation is performed. Behaves as if Config.extra = ‘allow’ was set since it adds all passed values

copy(*, include: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, exclude: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, update: Optional[DictStrAny] = None, deep: bool = False) Model

Duplicate a model, optionally choose which fields to include, exclude and change.

Parameters
  • include – fields to include in new model

  • exclude – fields to exclude from new model, as with values this takes precedence over include

  • update – values to change/add in the new model. Note: the data is not validated before creating the new model: you should trust this data

  • deep – set to True to make a deep copy of the model

Returns

new model instance

dict(*, include: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, exclude: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, by_alias: bool = False, skip_defaults: Optional[bool] = None, exclude_unset: bool = False, exclude_defaults: bool = False, exclude_none: bool = False) DictStrAny

Generate a dictionary representation of the model, optionally specifying which fields to include or exclude.

classmethod from_orm(obj: Any) Model
from_text(text: str, prompt: BasePromptTemplate = PromptTemplate(input_variables=['text'], template="You are a networked intelligence helping a human track knowledge triples about all relevant people, things, concepts, etc. and integrating them with your knowledge stored within your weights as well as that stored in a knowledge graph. Extract all of the knowledge triples from the text. A knowledge triple is a clause that contains a subject, a predicate, and an object. The subject is the entity being described, the predicate is the property of the subject that is being described, and the object is the value of the property.\n\nEXAMPLE\nIt's a state in the US. It's also the number 1 producer of gold in the US.\n\nOutput: (Nevada, is a, state)<|>(Nevada, is in, US)<|>(Nevada, is the number 1 producer of, gold)\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\nI'm going to the store.\n\nOutput: NONE\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\nOh huh. I know Descartes likes to drive antique scooters and play the mandolin.\nOutput: (Descartes, likes to drive, antique scooters)<|>(Descartes, plays, mandolin)\nEND OF EXAMPLE\n\nEXAMPLE\n{text}Output:")) NetworkxEntityGraph[source]

Create graph index from text.

json(*, include: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, exclude: Optional[Union[AbstractSetIntStr, MappingIntStrAny]] = None, by_alias: bool = False, skip_defaults: Optional[bool] = None, exclude_unset: bool = False, exclude_defaults: bool = False, exclude_none: bool = False, encoder: Optional[Callable[[Any], Any]] = None, models_as_dict: bool = True, **dumps_kwargs: Any) unicode

Generate a JSON representation of the model, include and exclude arguments as per dict().

encoder is an optional function to supply as default to json.dumps(), other arguments as per json.dumps().

classmethod parse_file(path: Union[str, Path], *, content_type: unicode = None, encoding: unicode = 'utf8', proto: Protocol = None, allow_pickle: bool = False) Model
classmethod parse_obj(obj: Any) Model
classmethod parse_raw(b: Union[str, bytes], *, content_type: unicode = None, encoding: unicode = 'utf8', proto: Protocol = None, allow_pickle: bool = False) Model
classmethod schema(by_alias: bool = True, ref_template: unicode = '#/definitions/{model}') DictStrAny
classmethod schema_json(*, by_alias: bool = True, ref_template: unicode = '#/definitions/{model}', **dumps_kwargs: Any) unicode
classmethod update_forward_refs(**localns: Any) None

Try to update ForwardRefs on fields based on this Model, globalns and localns.

classmethod validate(value: Any) Model

Examples using GraphIndexCreator