`weights`

argument to the `circleLayout`

function. Weights can be in the range 0-1 inclusive, where a weight of 0 prevents a circle from moving, while a weight of 1 allows full movement. The updated code is at GitHub.
Here's an example where the largest of a set of initially overlapping circles is fixed in place:
And here is the code for the example:

```
library(packcircles)
library(ggplot2)
library(gridExtra)
# Generate some random overlapping circles
ncircles <- 200
limits <- c(-50, 50)
inset <- diff(limits) / 3
rmax <- 20
xyr <- data.frame(
x = runif(ncircles, min(limits) + inset, max(limits) - inset),
y = runif(ncircles, min(limits) + inset, max(limits) - inset),
r = rbeta(ncircles, 1, 10) * rmax)
# Index of the largest circle
largest.id <- which(xyr$r == max(xyr$r))
## Generate plot data for the `before` layout
dat.before <- circlePlotData(xyr)
# Add a column to the plot data for the 'before' circles
# to indicate whether a circle is static of free to move
dat.before$state <- ifelse(dat.before$id == largest.id, "static", "free")
# Run the layout algorithm with a weights vector to fix the position
# of the largest circle
wts <- rep(1.0, nrow(xyr))
wts[ largest.id ] <- 0.0
res <- circleLayout(xyr, limits, limits, maxiter = 1000, weights=wts)
# A plot function to colour circles based on the state column
doPlot <- function(dat, title)
ggplot(dat) +
geom_polygon(aes(x, y, group=id, fill=state), colour="brown1") +
scale_fill_manual(values=c("NA", "brown4")) +
coord_equal(xlim=limits, ylim=limits) +
theme_bw() +
theme(axis.text=element_blank(),
axis.ticks=element_blank(),
axis.title=element_blank(),
legend.position="none") +
labs(title=title)
g.before <- doPlot(dat.before, "before")
# Generate a plot for the 'after' circles
dat.after <- circlePlotData(res$layout)
dat.after$state <- ifelse(dat.after$id == largest.id, "static", "free")
g.after <- doPlot(dat.after, "after")
grid.arrange(g.before, g.after, nrow=1)
```

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