I love the Autofill Columns feature, and frequently use the Vertex Size and Edge Width options to represent ancillary metrics of my graphs.
Most of these metrics seem to have power law-like distributions, which I suppose is to be expected in this game; that is, lots and lots of relatively tiny values, and a few huge ones.
The interpolation in the Options panes of Autofill Columns seems to be linear, however, meaning that my graphs end up with most vertices tiny, and a couple of them huge; it's hard to see the dynamic range among the values.
That's easy enough to fix by hand; I create a new "log metric" column, and then key the Option Size or Width off that. Then one can see the differences in values among exponentially distributed metrics a little more easily.
However, if/when you get around to it, it would be great to have a check box option that would automatically do a log interpolation. This is a nice-to-have not a must-have feature request, though.
Endless thanks to Tony, Marc and the team for a great tool, as always