I'm trying to draw a circle with tikz.
I've tried to adapt this example: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/cycle/
My circle should satisfy the following properties:
(1) There should be, for a fixed
$n$invisible vertices (with equal distance) on the circle line. Moreover, these vertices should be numbered from
$n$(but the numbers should not be on the circle line, but a little outside.
(2) Some pairs of vertices should be connected. These connecting edges should be within the circle.
So far I have got this far:
Now, I have two problems:
(1) The numbers 1,...,5 are on the circle line, not outside. This looks not good in my opinion. Is there a way to change that?
(2) If I increase
$n$to, say, 15, and two consecutive numbers (like 1 and 2 in my example) are connected, then you can't see the connecting vertex that well. Therefore, I would like to connect consecutive vertices not with a straight line, but with a "more round line" that goes a little bit into the circle. I hope it's understandable what I mean by that.
Thanks in advance!