The DbVisualizer references graph automatically renders all primary/foreign key mappings (also known as referential integrity constraints) in a graph style.
ER Diagrams / Graphs - DbVisualizer
In the References tab click the Properties icon in the sub toolbar. A pane is display at the right, in it click "Display Options->Selected Tables" and a new window will appear in which you can choose what tables to render.
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