How to draw a MWE of a directed graph in Tikz using arrows and automata?

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    see examples in tikz & pgf manual, page 513. – Zarko Aug 14 '17 at 13:03
\usepackage{pgf, tikz}
\usetikzlibrary{arrows, automata}


            > = stealth, % arrow head style
            shorten > = 1pt, % don't touch arrow head to node
            node distance = 3cm, % distance between nodes
            semithick % line style

        \tikzstyle{every state}=[
            draw = black,
            fill = white,
            minimum size = 4mm

        \node[state] (s) {$s$};
        \node[state] (v1) [above right of=s] {$v_1$};
        \node[state] (v2) [right of=s] {$v_2$};
        \node[state] (v3) [below right of=s] {$v_2$};
        \node[state] (t) [right of=v2] {$t$};

        \path[->] (s) edge node {18} (v1);
        \path[->] (s) edge node {1} (v2);
        \path[->] (s) edge node {1} (v3);
        \path[->] (v2) edge node {2} (v1);
        \path[->] (v3) edge node {1} (v2);
        \path[->] (v1) edge node {20} (t);

        \draw[red, dashed] (1, 2) -- (1, -2);



  • is this answer or only continuation of your question? – Zarko Aug 14 '17 at 13:03
  • it is an answer – Georges Aug 14 '17 at 13:16

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