I have a circular dendrogram in ggraph. Currently, each node's height is based on its distance from an end node with no children. This results in a continuous perimeter layer consisting of all the end nodes. Is there a way to control the layout so the height is rather based on distance from the central parent? In that case, C D E F would be the same distance from A as B, rather than on the outer perimeter.
library(tidyverse); library(tidygraph); library(ggraph) nodes <- tibble( staff = LETTERS[1:20], num = 1:20 ) edges <- tibble( reports_to_name = c(rep("A", 5), rep("B", 5), rep("G", 5), rep("M", 5)), staff = nodes$staff ) tbl_graph(nodes = nodes, edges = edges) %>% ggraph(layout = 'dendrogram', circular = TRUE, repel = TRUE) + geom_edge_arc(edge_width = 0.1, edge_alpha = 0.2) + geom_node_text(aes(label = staff, hjust = "outward", angle = -((-node_angle(x,y)+90)%%180)+89)) + theme_void()