       graph theory

• To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
• Subject: [mg43942] graph theory
• From: sean kim <sean_incali at yahoo.com>
• Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 04:59:17 -0400 (EDT)
• Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

```I have noticed that as you change the vertex size, the
arrows in directed graphs don't move away from the
vertex.

so if the vertex is large, then it compeletely covers
the arrow. ( example below)

is there a way to move the head of the arros in a
directed graphs so that it's not covered by the
vertex?

maybe set it maybe few pixels away from the vertices
by default or something...

also is there a way to change the shape of the arrow
head?  maybe to shape different than a triangle.

any and all thoughts are appreciated

sean

g2 = Graph[{
{{1, 2}, EdgeStyle -> ThinDashed},
{{2, 3}, EdgeStyle -> ThinDashed},
{{3, 4}, EdgeStyle -> ThinDashed},
{{3, 5}},
{{5, 6}, EdgeStyle -> ThinDashed},
{{6, 2}}},

{{{0.5, 1.5}, VertexLabel -> AAA, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[Normal], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] LowerRight,
VertexColor\[Rule] Normal},
{{0.5, 1.0}, VertexLabel -> BBB, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[0.02], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] UpperRight,
VertexColor\[Rule] Line},
{{1.0, 1.0}, VertexLabel -> CCC, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[0.1], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] UpperRight,
VertexColor\[Rule] Gray},
{{1.5, 1.0}, VertexLabel -> DDD, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[0.05], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] UpperLeft,
VertexColor\[Rule] Normal},
{{1.0, 0.5}, VertexLabel -> EEE, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[0.05], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] UpperLeft,
VertexColor\[Rule] Normal},
{{0.5, 0.5}, VertexLabel -> FFF, VertexStyle\[Rule]
Box[0.05], VertexLabelPosition\[Rule] UpperRight,
VertexColor\[Rule] Normal}},
EdgeDirection -> On];
ShowGraph[g2]
GraphOptions[g2]

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