This version of the connectome includes again the neuromuscular junctions, represented as green lines. The issue with showing these is that the network focuses only on the neurons, yet the neuromuscular junctions go from neurons to muscles. The connectome database doesn’t contain the muscles individually; instead it clusters them all as one. So in the figure all of the green connections go to one node (green), which represents all muscles.
Also, there’s no directionality represented in the connections for simplicity. That is, connections don’t have arrows. In principle, the chemical synapses should have arrows because chemical synapses are directional - but this makes the image much messier.
The code to produce the network is written in Mathematica. The neural connectivity data available online.