# Maintained version of tikz documentation

Is there maintained version of tikz and pgf documentation? The webpage doesn't state any but this file (pdf} is very useful.

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It's not clear what your question is. The pgf/TiKZ manual is distributed as part of pgf/TikZ and should be installed in your distribution and available using `texdoc` (at least on TeXLive.) It should match the version installed on your system. –  Alan Munn Jun 21 '11 at 14:08
The texdoc (which I was not aware of, thanks) does not have the very nice and detailed tutorial that tikz manual have. –  Yotam Jun 21 '11 at 14:12
`texdoc` also works with MikTeX (I currently have 2.9). It shows the latest manual you have installed on your system - if it is too old, you might have to update your packages. –  Christoph Jun 21 '11 at 14:13

The `pgfmanual` your already linked is the official PGF/TikZ manual. It should be installed together with the `pgf` and `tikz` packages. Try `texdoc pgf` in the command line to open it. Besides that there is http://www.texample.net/tikz/ with a lot of examples.