Error when plotting a small digraph

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figure; plot(digraph([0,0,1;1,0,0;1,0,0]))
on R2016a throws the error
Error using svd
Input to SVD must not contain NaN or Inf.
Error in orth (line 15)
[Q,S] = svd(A,'econ'); %S is always square.
Error in matlab.internal.graph.MLGraph/subspaceLayout>layoutOneConnComp (line 55)
M = orth(M);
Error in matlab.internal.graph.MLGraph/subspaceLayout (line 29)
xy = layoutOneConnComp(G,dim,1:G.NodeCount,L,deg);
Error in
Error in>layoutauto
Error in
Error in
Error in digraph/plot (line 96)
hObj ='BasicGraph', ...
Using (e.g.) the circle layout works fine. Is there a workaround that lets me use the default/force layout or must I resort to something like a try/catch?
Steve Huntsman
Steve Huntsman on 15 Feb 2018
Good to know I'm not doing something wrong. I'll work around it until I install R2018a.

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Christine Tobler
Christine Tobler on 15 Feb 2018
This bug was fixed in R2016b. I'm afraid there is no workaround except to check for the error and use another layout method ('circle' or 'layered'). This bug applies to a small set of directed graphs, undirected graphs are not affected.

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