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2answers
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Strings and Harps to be drawn

I'd like to draw a picture similar to the hand-drawn one below: With labels $0$, $1$, $\Psi_{L,S}$, $a_1$, $\ell_i + 2\varepsilon$, $\Psi_{L,H}$, $b_1$, $-\varepsilon$, $1 + \varepsilon$, ...
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1answer
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Is there any way to get something like pmatrix with customizable grid lines between cells? [duplicate]

In the document I have to describe a series of transformations, made with a matrix. Each transformation works only on 2x2 or 1x1 block, so I want to visually select this block in the matrix like this: ...
3
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1answer
76 views

Math in picture environment

Is it possible to avoid excessive use of the symbol $ in pictures containing a lot of formulas/math symbols? I mean to use \put(m,n}{math} instead of \put(m,n}{$math$}.
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4answers
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A rather difficult ring like picture to be drawn

I desire a figure similar to the following: \documentclass[tikz,margin=10pt]{standalone} \usepackage{mathtools,amssymb} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[scale=2,transform shape] \draw (1,0) ...
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votes
2answers
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Displayed Math in tikz-cd diagrams

I have been using tikz-cd package to produce diagrams however I'm not finding a way to use displayed math within it. My point is that when I use the product sign for instance inside of it, it simply ...
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0answers
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Resizing a CD diagram in math mode [duplicate]

I have a problem, I try to resize a diagram, this is what I write \[ \scalebox{1.4}{ \begin{CD} C @>\phi>> C'=\phi(C)\\ @V\textnormal{Dual}VV\\ ...
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1answer
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TikZ: Controlling text within nodes and placing nodes in text

Need some help working with TikZ. Let me begin by saying that I think TikZ is amazing. I hardly know what I'm doing at this point and yet I've been able to draw some very nice diagrams with it. ...
6
votes
1answer
379 views

Typesetting inline Penrose/Cvitanovic tensor diagrams (birdtracks)

In the 50's, Roger Penrose invented a private graphical notation for tensors, which he later published. Wikipedia has a short description. It's basically a directed graph with some labels on it and ...
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2answers
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Typsetting big matrix (but keeping A4 size)

This question is a slight variation of Compiling a BIG matrix, but I need to write a matrix in a A4 or letter size paper; it is a block 48x48 matrix but I can put lot of $0_2$ and $0_4$'s in order to ...
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4answers
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How to draw arrows between parts of an equation to show the Math Distributive Property (Multiplication)?

there is a part of my paper where I use the distributive property and it's not that clear for the reader to see (I'm using in proposional logic for a proof). The logic equation (part of) is: (l_{1}) ...
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votes
2answers
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Easy way to type more kinds of arrows?

There is \rightrightarrows to produce two parallel arrows, \longrightarrow to produce a longer arrow and \xrightarrow to produce an extendable arrow. But is there an easy way to produce two long ...
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votes
1answer
851 views

How to draw a hypergraph (forest)?

How can I draw a hypergraph structure (a.k.a. forest) like this: (Note: This is not a duplicate of this question, of course, since that drawing is very different.)
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3answers
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Commutative diagram with rounded arrows

I want to draw a diagram which has some arrows between to points A and B. First arrow goes straight from A to B and above it should be a $\Psi$. Second arrow goes in a round way from A to B and above ...
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votes
2answers
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Drawing a hypergraph

What is the proper way to draw a hypergraph? Is there a package to do this, or is there an easy way to draw such diagrams with a common drawing method like tikz? I'm trying to draw something like
10
votes
3answers
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Pushouts and pullbacks

How do I typeset that little symbol which indicates that a commutative square is a pushout or pullback square? I usually draw my diagrams in XY-pic, so I'd be most interested in how to do it there. ...
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4answers
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What is the best way to typeset spectral sequences?

While writing articles about algebraic topology, I have had to typeset spectral sequences. These are tools for calculating homology and cohomology. Examples appear on page 10 of this book by Hatcher. ...