I'm trying to recreate some network diagrams on a consistent basis based on our geometric network data.
The layout algorithms I'm selecting are getting me close but I can't seem to fine tune the layout task to generate a consistent diagram with the desired layout.
This is the approximate style I'm looking to recreate. The important part is the roughly even distribution of the links / branches.
This is roughly what I have going (some of the time) when using the Schematic Editor.
1A / 1B: These are links that overlap that should not.
2: This is a link that need not extend to the right at all. It would great if it was just a straight link downwards.
3: This branch is an example of where better placement would be on the other side of the main line.
I used a Composite algorithm of the following tasks:
1 - Orthogonal
2 - Relative - Main Line (using a line attribute)
3 - Geo - Rotate Nodes Along Links
4 - Separate Overlapping Links
5 - Square Links
6 - Bypass Nodes
Anyone have a clue as how these tweaks can be achieved?