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workaround for GraphPlot not accepting node list?

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  • Subject: [mg121815] workaround for GraphPlot not accepting node list?
  • From: Alan <alan.isaac at gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 04:23:55 -0400 (EDT)
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The last line below produces a graph that does not show node c. How can I get node c to display when there are no edges to it? (Graph accepts a list of nodes, but how to do this with GraphPlot?)
Thanks,
Alan Isaac

abcGraphPlot[rules_] := GraphPlot[rules,
  VertexLabeling -> True,
  MultiedgeStyle -> False,
  EdgeRenderingFunction -> ({Red, Arrowheads[0.05],
      Arrow[#1, 0.15]} &),
  DirectedEdges -> True,
  SelfLoopStyle -> 0.3,
  VertexCoordinateRules -> {a -> {1, Sqrt[3]}, b -> {0, 0},
    c -> {2, 0}},
  VertexRenderingFunction -> ({GrayLevel[0.9], EdgeForm[Black],
      Disk[#, .15], Black, Text[#2, #1]} &),
  ImagePadding -> 10,
  ImageSize -> 200]

abcGraphPlot[{a -> a, a -> b, b -> a, c -> c}]

abcGraphPlot[{a -> a, a -> b, b -> a}] (* how to show node c? *)



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