Hierarchic Bus Structures Demo
This demo shows how bus structures in the hierarchic layout can result in much more
So-called bus structures are related to edge grouping. A bus structure consists of a root
node and bus nodes that are directly connected to the root node. All edges connecting bus
nodes of the same structure have the same edge direction.
The demo offers different configuration presets alongside an option to customize it
Each bus is assigned a default
with no further configuration.
Each bus uses a
where only one node is allowed before and after the bus by setting
for each bus is configured separately such that its elements will be arranged in a
- Left Aligned
to zero and allowing arbitrarily many nodes after the bus, results in a left alignment.
- Right Aligned
to zero and allowing arbitrarily many nodes before the bus, results in a right
In this mode, you can play around with the sliders that control the
setting to see its effect.
Things to Try
Toggle Bus Structures
to see the difference between the layout without bus structures and the current bus
- Try the different bus structure presets in the dropdown menu.
preset of the dropdown and try different settings for
with the sliders.
Edit the graph and click the
button to re-run the layout with the current settings.