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Color Options for PlanarGraphPlot

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  • Subject: [mg86884] Color Options for PlanarGraphPlot
  • From: BGHEkaya at
  • Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 01:15:49 -0500 (EST)

I am interested in applying color options to  PlanarGraphPlot. Under
Options[PlanarGraphPlot] there is listed the option ColorOutput ->
Automatic. Anyone know how to use this option? I have had no luck.
Here is some sample data:

sampledata = {{0.854, 0.885}, {1.827, 4.126}, {4.255, 2.872}, {0.888,
   4.872}, {4.507, 0.721}, {2.978, 1.998}, {3.507, 4.534}}

The best I have been able to do is to apply a color directive to the
Line primitive- it works but the approach not very pleasing.

PlanarGraphPlot[sampledata, Frame -> True,
  TextStyle -> {"FontSize" -> 14, "FontColor" -> Blue}] /. Line[x_] ->
{Red, Line[x]}

 Note: using the option BaseStyle->Red makes everything in the plot
Red. Of course, one could "undo" some of the BaseStyle by then
applying LabelStyle, FrameStyle etc as shown below

PlanarGraphPlot[bin, Frame -> True,
 BaseStyle -> {Red, FontSize -> 14},
 LabelStyle -> {Black, FontSize -> 12}, FrameStyle -> Black]

Thanks much for any suggestions


ps TextStyle is no longer listed as an option but still appears to work

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