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I want to submit a paper and the only thing that's left to do is to add some graphics. My deadline is on Wednesday/Thursday.

What I want to do is some basic curve/plane drawings. Here is an image:

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I checked out the post about the big software list for drawings http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1985/software-for-drawing-geometry-diagrams and I tried out TikZ but I don't really know in which direction I should go or which packages I should choose...

Would another software be more helpful for my needs or can you recommend some easy to handle packages for TikZ?

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closed as too localized by percusse, Kurt, Stefan Kottwitz Mar 31 '13 at 17:29

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Given the deadline and the nature of your diagrams, I would not use TiKz this time. Geogebra and friends can be useful if you think you'll be able to express your graphics algebraically, but what I see is more a "freehand" drawing. I would go for inkscape, exporting to latex (or even tikz) in order to typeset the labels and formulae in a style consistent with the rest of the paper. – JLDiaz Mar 3 '13 at 12:29
You can check and the jpgfdraw, quite simple, without much difficulty in learning dickimaw-books.com/apps/jpgfdraw – karathan Mar 21 '13 at 8:49