Using the `rgl`

package, `rglplot()`

plots a graph in 3D. The plot
can be zoomed, rotated, shifted, etc. but the coordinates of the vertices is
fixed.

## Arguments

- x
The graph to plot.

- ...
Additional arguments, see igraph.plotting for the details

## Details

Note that `rglplot()`

is considered to be highly experimental. It is not
very useful either. See igraph.plotting for the possible
arguments.

## See also

igraph.plotting, `plot.igraph()`

for the 2D
version, `tkplot()`

for interactive graph drawing in 2D.

Other plot:
`plot.igraph()`

## Author

Gabor Csardi csardi.gabor@gmail.com

## Examples

```
g <- make_lattice(c(5, 5, 5))
coords <- layout_with_fr(g, dim = 3)
if (interactive() && requireNamespace("rgl", quietly = TRUE)) {
rglplot(g, layout = coords)
}
```