[graph-tool] Grouping and drawing

Tiago de Paula Peixoto tiago at skewed.de
Wed Feb 7 14:16:10 CET 2018


On 13.01.2018 17:08, Mátyás Csongor wrote:
> Is there an example that uses multiple groups within the graph and draw it
> accordingly. I have multiple groups and I would like to draw the graph in a
> way that all vertices within each group to be close to each other. I could
> not achieve this with a problem that has a known solution, so I thought
> maybe it is not possible, or if it is, someone could help me in how I should
> try doing it.
> 
> The test problem that I've chosen is to take all amino acids, organize them
> into groups according to their properties, and to get to this planar grouping:
> https://www.researchgate.net/publication/11265315/figure/fig1/AS:281251018756131@1444066876658/Figure-2-Taylor%27s-Venn-diagram-of-amino-acid-properties-Taylor-argues-Cys-should-appear.png
> 
> I would like some general help ideas, but if someone would like to join me
> in this small project, I can share what I've tried until now.


Take a look at the "groups" and "gamma" parameters in sfdp_layout(), as it
seems to address what you want.

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Tiago de Paula Peixoto <tiago at skewed.de>



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