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A layout is simply a mapping function: It maps a node to a position... select a subgraph based on the graph topology relative to a chosen locus (e.g. N hops away from a chosen node), using some score or ordinal ranking... centrality is a typical metric used to indicate relative importance of nodes within a graph... Hierarchical layouts work well for trees and directed acyclic graphs (DAGs)... force-directed layout visually identify clusters, cliques, and bridges... cise layout organises the nodes into clusters... elk layout contains the stress and force algorithms combined with the disco algorithm to perform component packing.

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