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I need to make two commutative diagrams (I am using the CD environment) in the same line (I mean not one above the other) can anyone give me an idea?

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Just place them in the same equation(*) environment, perhaps separated by a space (\quad or \qquad):

Sample output




    a @>>> b \\
    @VVV @AAA \\
    c @= d
    x @>>\alpha> y \\
    @VV\kappa V @A\beta AA \\
    v @<\gamma<< w

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Thanks, my solution was make invisible arrows... not to traditional, but i will try your answer. – Dimitri Mar 12 '13 at 21:16
@Dimitri Is your question answered by this post? If not, please edit your question. If yes, please accept this answer here by clicking the check mark to its left and I will delete my comment here. Thank you. – LaRiFaRi May 3 at 11:48

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