Options to have git log presents commits of a non linear history in a meaningful order

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Am I right by default, git log present commits of a non linear history in
a meaningles order? Am I right git log has options, such as --graph, to 
get the order of commits presented in a more meaningful way?

As of git 2.45.0, gittutorial states 
   The git log command has a weakness: it must present commits in
   a list. When the history has lines of development that
   diverged and then merged back together, the order in which git
   log presents those commits is meaningless.

Is it accurate?


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