# bugs – NearestNeighborGraph doesn’t show a 3D graph when one or more points are Integer and the rest are Decimal?

Bug introduced in 10.3 or earlier and persisting through 12.1.1

When all the points are the same kind, say `Integer` then `NearestNeighborGraph` will display a 3D graph when using `{x,y,z}` coordinates. However, when just one of those points is say a `Decimal` instead then one sees a 2D graph. It seems the reverse is true too. For example:

``````allIntegers = NearestNeighborGraph[{{0,0,0},{-1,1,1},{1,-1,1},{-1,-1,1},{1,1,1},{0,0,2},{0,0,1}},{All,2}];
allDecimals = NearestNeighborGraph[{{0.,0.,0.},{-1.,1.,1.},{1.,-1.,1.},{-1.,-1.,1.},{1.,1.,1.},{0.,0.,2.},{0.,0.,1.}},{All,2}];

oneInteger = NearestNeighborGraph[{{0,0.,0.},{-1.,1.,1.},{1.,-1.,1.},{-1.,-1.,1.},{1.,1.,1.},{0.,0.,2.},{0.,0.,1.}},{All,2}];
oneDecimal = NearestNeighborGraph[{{0.,0,0},{-1,1,1},{1,-1,1},{-1,-1,1},{1,1,1},{0,0,2},{0,0,1}},{All,2}];

Row[{allIntegers, allDecimals, oneInteger, oneDecimal}]
``````

Displays:

Is there something I’m doing wrong or some parameter I need to pass? I’d like to be able to force 3D.