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Draw arrays tree with tikz

Here is a solution using forest: The basic idea is that the diagram is a tree that grows north (grow'=north) and has arrows pointing backwards (latex-). Each node (other than the leaves at the top) ...
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Drawing subgroup lattice of G in Tikz

You're pretty close. Use the positioning library. Then the correct syntax is below=of G, not below of=G. The node distance is measured along the diagonals, which is preventing the rows from lining up, ...
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Forest: different growing directions for branches on the same level

This is an old question, but since this functionality is not built into forest, I thought I would offer a general solution. A new option multiple directions is defined in a \forestset. The basic idea ...
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With Tikz Tree how can I make two nodes grow up while the rest grow down?

Update: Here is a more general solution. Here is a solution using forest, which is somewhat more flexible than qtree. You can add manual adjustments to the individual nodes by using before drawing ...
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Alignment of text nodes placed above paths and other issues in tikz qtree

As pure TikZ image. Shorter and simpler code: \documentclass[border = 0.2cm]{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta, positioning, shapes} \begin{...
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