Zoom in or out by swiping up or down with mouse scroll pad or by using the Zoom-out feature at the top left.
Whether to auto zoom every time user clicks on the chart.
Zoom value limits for automatic zooming (for example, "Fit to screen"). Contains array of [min, max] values.
If the minimum (the first value) is specified as
null, the chart will not enforce it, instead it will be adjusted as needed
if the network grows very large. Note that specifying
null as the minimum also overrides the minimum for the
The acceleration of scene movement, when trying to contain all nodes within the view, when autozoom is enabled. Increasing the value decreases latency, and makes the animation more responsive. Decreasing the value makes the animation more fluid
Controls the percentage of how much of the chart width/height the nodes can move around without triggering automatic zoom adjustment. A value of 0.9 means that the target is to leave 10% padding on all sides of the chart. However once the target is reached, if the nodes move within these 10% on either side, the zoom adjustment is not performed.
A double-click on empty space will trigger zoom in by this value. Set to null or false to disable double click zooming.
Whether to zoom by two finger pinch.
Auto zoom mode on chart initialization.
overview- show whole network
true- use basic auto zoom
false- no auto zoom.
Sensitivity of wheel zoom.
Whether to zoom by mouse wheel.
nulland the actual auto zoom level is less than this minimum, the auto zoom level is used instead.
Zoom value limits while for manual zooming. Contains array of [min, max] values.
Note that if the minimum for
null (the default) then it can override the minimum in this value if the auto zoom level is smaller.