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This is the solution from the pgfmanual.pgf: \documentclass[border=1pt, tikz]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{fit, backgrounds} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[level distance=8mm] \node (root) {root} child { node (a) {a} } child { node (b) {b} child { node (d) {d} } child { node (e) {e} } } child { ...

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There are several ways of achieving that without nesting tikzpictures. You could for example first draw the five circles as nodes, then draw the dots and lines relative to those circles, and finally draw lines between the circles. In the code below I define a macro \drawdots that draws the three dots in each circle, for convenience. It takes one argument, ...

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