`layout.drl()`

was renamed to `layout_with_drl()`

to create a more
consistent API.

## Arguments

- graph
The input graph, in can be directed or undirected.

- use.seed
Logical scalar, whether to use the coordinates given in the

`seed`

argument as a starting point.- seed
A matrix with two columns, the starting coordinates for the vertices is

`use.seed`

is`TRUE`

. It is ignored otherwise.- options
Options for the layout generator, a named list. See details below.

- weights
The weights of the edges. It must be a positive numeric vector,

`NULL`

or`NA`

. If it is`NULL`

and the input graph has a ‘weight’ edge attribute, then that attribute will be used. If`NULL`

and no such attribute is present, then the edges will have equal weights. Set this to`NA`

if the graph was a ‘weight’ edge attribute, but you don't want to use it for the layout. Larger edge weights correspond to stronger connections.- dim
Either ‘2’ or ‘3’, it specifies whether we want a two dimensional or a three dimensional layout. Note that because of the nature of the DrL algorithm, the three dimensional layout takes significantly longer to compute.