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Re: [igraph] Better layout output in igraph

From: Håvard Wahl Kongsgård
Subject: Re: [igraph] Better layout output in igraph
Date: Sun, 21 Aug 2011 14:46:12 +0200

The "autocurve" function would be really useful for creating better
looking graphs. Currently gephi will produce much better looking
graphs than igraph, however it's very slow on large graphs.


On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 3:51 PM, Tamas Nepusz <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi, have you now added support for curved edges to the trunk?
> Actually, I've just commited a patch which adds support for curved edges in
> the Python interface. You can use the edge_curved=... keyword argument or
> the "curved" edge attribute. Positive numbers correspond to edges curved in
> CCW direction, negative numbers correspond to CW curves, zero represents a
> straight line. True means 0.5, False means 0, just like in the R interface.
> I'm also planning to add an "autocurve" function which automatically assigns
> a curvature value to multiple edges but keeps single edges straight, but I'm
> not sure what is the best way to do that. Maybe I'll add a separate function
> called autocurve() which takes a graph and adds the appropriate "curved"
> edge attribute.
> --
> T.
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