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In radial drawings of hierarchical graphs the vertices are placed on concentric circles rather than on horizontal lines and the edges are drawn as outwards monotone segments of spirals rather than straight lines as it is both done in the standard Sugiyama framework. This drawing style is well suited for the visualisation of centrality in social networks and similar concepts. Radial drawings also allow a more flexible edge routing than horizontal drawings, as edges can be routed around thedoi:10.1109/tvcg.2007.1000 pmid:17356223 fatcat:67eha535r5bangj3dmxsv24o3a