# to_latex#

to_latex(Gbunch, pos='pos', tikz_options='', default_node_options='', node_options='node_options', node_label='node_label', default_edge_options='', edge_options='edge_options', edge_label='edge_label', edge_label_options='edge_label_options', caption='', latex_label='', sub_captions=None, sub_labels=None, n_rows=1, as_document=True, document_wrapper='\\documentclass{{report}}\n\\usepackage{{tikz}}\n\\usepackage{{subcaption}}\n\n\\begin{{document}}\n{content}\n\\end{{document}}', figure_wrapper='\\begin{{figure}}\n{content}{caption}{label}\n\\end{{figure}}', subfigure_wrapper='  \\begin{{subfigure}}{{{size}\\textwidth}}\n{content}{caption}{label}\n  \\end{{subfigure}}')[source]#

Return latex code to draw the graph(s) in Gbunch

The TikZ drawing utility in LaTeX is used to draw the graph(s). If Gbunch is a graph, it is drawn in a figure environment. If Gbunch is an iterable of graphs, each is drawn in a subfigure envionment within a single figure environment.

If as_document is True, the figure is wrapped inside a document environment so that the resulting string is ready to be compiled by LaTeX. Otherwise, the string is ready for inclusion in a larger tex document using \include or \input statements.

Parameters:
GbunchNetworkX graph or iterable of NetworkX graphs

The NetworkX graph to be drawn or an iterable of graphs to be drawn inside subfigures of a single figure.

posstring or list of strings

The name of the node attribute on G that holds the position of each node. Positions can be sequences of length 2 with numbers for (x,y) coordinates. They can also be strings to denote positions in TikZ style, such as (x, y) or (angle:radius). If a dict, it should be keyed by node to a position. If an empty dict, a circular layout is computed by TikZ. If you are drawing many graphs in subfigures, use a list of position dicts.

tikz_optionsstring

The tikzpicture options description defining the options for the picture. Often large scale options like [scale=2].

default_node_optionsstring

The draw options for a path of nodes. Individual node options override these.

node_optionsstring or dict

The name of the node attribute on G that holds the options for each node. Or a dict keyed by node to a string holding the options for that node.

node_labelstring or dict

The name of the node attribute on G that holds the node label (text) displayed for each node. If the attribute is “” or not present, the node itself is drawn as a string. LaTeX processing such as "$A_1$" is allowed. Or a dict keyed by node to a string holding the label for that node.

default_edge_optionsstring

The options for the scope drawing all edges. The default is “[-]” for undirected graphs and “[->]” for directed graphs.

edge_optionsstring or dict

The name of the edge attribute on G that holds the options for each edge. If the edge is a self-loop and "loop" not in edge_options the option “loop,” is added to the options for the self-loop edge. Hence you can use “[loop above]” explicitly, but the default is “[loop]”. Or a dict keyed by edge to a string holding the options for that edge.

edge_labelstring or dict

The name of the edge attribute on G that holds the edge label (text) displayed for each edge. If the attribute is “” or not present, no edge label is drawn. Or a dict keyed by edge to a string holding the label for that edge.

edge_label_optionsstring or dict

The name of the edge attribute on G that holds the label options for each edge. For example, “[sloped,above,blue]”. The default is no options. Or a dict keyed by edge to a string holding the label options for that edge.

captionstring

The caption string for the figure environment

latex_labelstring

The latex label used for the figure for easy referral from the main text

sub_captionslist of strings

The sub_caption string for each subfigure in the figure

sub_latex_labelslist of strings

The latex label for each subfigure in the figure

n_rowsint

The number of rows of subfigures to arrange for multiple graphs

as_documentbool

Whether to wrap the latex code in a document envionment for compiling

document_wrapperformatted text string with variable content.

This text is called to evaluate the content embedded in a document environment with a preamble setting up TikZ.

figure_wrapperformatted text string

This text is evaluated with variables content, caption and label. It wraps the content and if a caption is provided, adds the latex code for that caption, and if a label is provided, adds the latex code for a label.

subfigure_wrapperformatted text string

This text evaluate variables size, content, caption and label. It wraps the content and if a caption is provided, adds the latex code for that caption, and if a label is provided, adds the latex code for a label. The size is the vertical size of each row of subfigures as a fraction.

Returns:
latex_codestring

The text string which draws the desired graph(s) when compiled by LaTeX.