Not exactly but .....
UIsing ASCII art then, I think this is what the chart is trying to say :
C ------------------------------- ἀγαπητοῖς
| --- A ------------------- θεοῦ
| --- A ---------- κλητοῖς
--- X ----------------------- ἁγίοις
but it's a little unclear in the Accordance rendering because the intended location of θεοῦ is not clearly shown.
I don't think it's commonly thought to be the case, but by way of alternative example, if θεοῦ were considered adjunct to κλητοῖς , say as agency of some kind, then I would expect a different charting, of course.
I also don't think of the appositive (X) as under ἀγαπητοῖς though it is dependent upon it. However, it could be a complement in its own right were ἀγαπητοῖς θεοῦ not present. Or perhaps if we thought that the two datives were asyndetically joined as a list then we'd have two complements rather than one complement and its appositive. Of course, that would imply we were talking about two distinct groups rather than one described in two ways..
It was stuff like that that was going through my head as I looked at the diagram trying to figure out where it came down.
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