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 {{:​eades_1984.pdf|Eades,​ P. (1984). "A Heuristic for Graph Drawing."​ Congressus Numerantium 42: 149-160}}. {{:​eades_1984.pdf|Eades,​ P. (1984). "A Heuristic for Graph Drawing."​ Congressus Numerantium 42: 149-160}}.
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-See also [[https://​cs.brown.edu/​~rt/​gdhandbook/​chapters/​force-directed.pdf|Stephen Kobourov'​s chapter (part of the Graph Drawing Handbook)]] 
   
-later to be followed by others, improving different aspects of Eades' original idea. {{:​fruchterman_1991.pdf|(Fruchterman & Reingold 1991)}} variation is still much used and implemented,​ just sa GEM {{:​fricke_1994.pdf|(Frick et al. 1994)}}.+later to be followed by others, improving different aspects of Eades' original idea. {{:​fruchterman_1991.pdf|(Fruchterman & Reingold 1991)}} variation is still much used and implemented,​ just sa GEM {{:​fricke_1994.pdf|(Frick et al. 1994)}}. ​See also [[https://​cs.brown.edu/​~rt/​gdhandbook/​chapters/​force-directed.pdf|Stephen Kobourov'​s chapter (part of the Graph Drawing Handbook)]] 
  
 The general idea is the following. Think of a graph as made of charged metal marbles; because marbles are charged, they tend to repulse each other. Now, whenever two nodes are linked by an edge, we think of the edge as a metal spring holding marbles together. hence, whatever forces will act on the marbles, the spring will make sure they don't get too far away from each other. The general idea is the following. Think of a graph as made of charged metal marbles; because marbles are charged, they tend to repulse each other. Now, whenever two nodes are linked by an edge, we think of the edge as a metal spring holding marbles together. hence, whatever forces will act on the marbles, the spring will make sure they don't get too far away from each other.
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