Error with shortest.path function in R

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I'm facing some issues with shortest.path function.

shortest.paths(g, v=2795, to=2839) # correct

         [,1]
    [1,] 3930.4

get.shortest.paths(g, from=2795, to=2839) # warning and no results

    [[1]]

    numeric(0)

Warning message:
In get.shortest.paths(g_novy, from = 2795, to = 2839) :
  At structural_properties.c:5296 :Couldn't reach some vertices
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you have a directed graph. The shortest.paths function will tell you the length of the shortest undirected path. The get.shortest.paths function tells you that there is no directed path between the vertices.

answered Nov 12, 2018 by Maverick
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