Use this if you are using igraph from R

Place vertices on the plane using the force-directed layout algorithm by Fruchterman and Reingold.

layout_with_fr(graph, coords = NULL, dim = 2, niter = 500, start.temp = sqrt(vcount(graph)), grid = c("auto", "grid", "nogrid"), weights = NULL, minx = NULL, maxx = NULL, miny = NULL, maxy = NULL, minz = NULL, maxz = NULL, coolexp, maxdelta, area, repulserad, maxiter) with_fr(...)

`graph` |
The graph to lay out. Edge directions are ignored. |

`coords` |
Optional starting positions for the vertices. If this argument
is not |

`dim` |
Integer scalar, 2 or 3, the dimension of the layout. Two dimensional layouts are places on a plane, three dimensional ones in the 3d space. |

`niter` |
Integer scalar, the number of iterations to perform. |

`start.temp` |
Real scalar, the start temperature. This is the maximum amount of movement alloved along one axis, within one step, for a vertex. Currently it is decreased linearly to zero during the iteration. |

`grid` |
Character scalar, whether to use the faster, but less accurate grid based implementation of the algorithm. By default (“auto”), the grid-based implementation is used if the graph has more than one thousand vertices. |

`weights` |
A vector giving edge weights. The |

`minx` |
If not |

`maxx` |
Similar to |

`miny` |
Similar to |

`maxy` |
Similar to |

`minz` |
Similar to |

`maxz` |
Similar to |

`coolexp, maxdelta, area, repulserad` |
These arguments are not supported from igraph version 0.8.0 and are ignored (with a warning). |

`maxiter` |
A deprecated synonym of |

`...` |
Passed to |

See the referenced paper below for the details of the algorithm.

This function was rewritten from scratch in igraph version 0.8.0.

A two- or three-column matrix, each row giving the coordinates of a vertex, according to the ids of the vertex ids.

Gabor Csardi csardi.gabor@gmail.com

Fruchterman, T.M.J. and Reingold, E.M. (1991). Graph Drawing by
Force-directed Placement. *Software - Practice and Experience*,
21(11):1129-1164.

`layout_with_drl`

, `layout_with_kk`

for
other layout algorithms.

Other graph layouts: `add_layout_`

,
`component_wise`

,
`layout_as_bipartite`

,
`layout_as_star`

,
`layout_as_tree`

,
`layout_in_circle`

,
`layout_nicely`

,
`layout_on_grid`

,
`layout_on_sphere`

,
`layout_randomly`

,
`layout_with_dh`

,
`layout_with_gem`

,
`layout_with_graphopt`

,
`layout_with_kk`

,
`layout_with_lgl`

,
`layout_with_mds`

,
`layout_with_sugiyama`

,
`layout_`

, `merge_coords`

,
`norm_coords`

, `normalize`

# Fixing ego g <- sample_pa(20, m=2) minC <- rep(-Inf, vcount(g)) maxC <- rep(Inf, vcount(g)) minC[1] <- maxC[1] <- 0 co <- layout_with_fr(g, minx=minC, maxx=maxC, miny=minC, maxy=maxC) co[1,] plot(g, layout=co, vertex.size=30, edge.arrow.size=0.2, vertex.label=c("ego", rep("", vcount(g)-1)), rescale=FALSE, xlim=range(co[,1]), ylim=range(co[,2]), vertex.label.dist=0, vertex.label.color="red") axis(1) axis(2)

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