Animated organic layout

Animated organic layout view the graph as a virtual physical system, where the nodes of the graph are bodies of the system and links are springs relating the bodies. These bodies have repulsive forces acting on or between them and springs represent attractive forces between them. Often the forces are physics-based, and therefore have a natural analogy, such as magnetic repulsion or gravitational attraction. When a node is moved in the graph, all the system is agitated. It reacts and progresses toward a stable configuration. This layout does not support groups. This print screen shows an example the animated organic layout representation after stabilization: