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Is there a way to make the graph render consistently? #193

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ivelichkovich opened this issue Apr 10, 2019 · 3 comments

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@ivelichkovich ivelichkovich commented Apr 10, 2019

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
Every time the graph is rendered it looks different. I can drag it the way I like but I would like it to render the same every time.

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A flag where you can make it render the same every time to get a consistent look.

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I'm making a graph of network traffic. I would like to have the entrypoint be the left most node and have each child farther to the right.

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@ivelichkovich ivelichkovich commented Apr 10, 2019

Nevermind found the solution in the documentation

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@ivelichkovich ivelichkovich commented Apr 10, 2019

So I need to use static-graph with node x and y coordinates, the documentation doesn't seem to say how to set node x and y coordinates

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@danielcaldas danielcaldas commented Apr 10, 2019

staticGraph (boolean = false) when setting this value to true the graph will be completely static, thus all forces and drag events upon nodes will produce not effect. Note that, if this value is true the nodes will be rendered with the initial provided x and y coordinates (links positions will be automatically set from the given nodes positions by rd3g), no coordinates will be calculated by rd3g or subjacent d3 modules.

So, within node payload make sure you provide values for x and y.

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