Juggl code block


You can use 'code fences' to embed Juggl graphs inside notes. You can also do this using the Breadcrumbs plugin with Breadcrumbs code blocks. These code blocks have tonnes of (shared) options. See Code block options for a full overview.

For example, the following code block:

local: Juggl code fence

will display when using Juggl as:

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The code fence is in the familiar YAML syntax.

Creating a Juggl code block

The code fence requires one of currently two modes. You can use either local for the graph around a node... (To write!)

Code block options

Add these fields as options in YAML syntax. The default value is in between parentheses.

  • layout (force-directed). The layout used for the graph. Choose from force-directed, circle, grid, hierarchy
  • fdgdLayout (cola): The algorithm to use for force-directed layouts. Choose from cola, d3-force
  • filter (''): A Filter to use on the graph
  • width (100%): The width of the canvas created by the code block
  • height (750px): The height of the canvas created by the code block
  • limit (250): The maximum amount of nodes to display in the visualization
  • metaKeyHover (true): Whether to only show hover previews when the meta key (ctrl/cmd) is down
  • navigator (true): Whether to show the 'mini-map' in the bottom-right corner
  • toolbar (true): Whether to show the toolbar on top
  • zoomSpeed (1): How quickly to zoom in and out
  • autoAddNodes (false): Whether to automatically add the corresponding node when you switch to a note
  • autoExpand (false):
  • autoZoom (false): Whether to automatically zoom such that the whole graph is visible. This is done when a layout is finished
  • expandInitial: (false): Whether to automatically expand the sets of nodes from the query. Warning: This can create very big graphs!