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Is there an extensive library of arrow tips with a standardized naming convention?

I am drafting diagrams where I need a lot of different arrow tips to indicate different types of directionality. Currently I am using a mixed set of libraries, which I mainly found through detexify. ...
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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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1answer
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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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1answer
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math.SE-compatible LaTeX for diagrams with non-horizontal “decorated” arrows?

I'm looking for LaTeX directives that I can use in posts to math.SE to make category-theory-style diagrams that use non-horizontal (vertical, slanted, curved) arrows, both "plain" (i.e. the ...
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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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5answers
3k views

Drawing stars/similar with Tikz

I'm writing a review for a book at the moment, and I thought I'd be clever and show off what LaTeX is capable of by adding a x-out-of-y stars graphic. Tikz can do many things so I would have thought ...
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3answers
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electronics TeX

is there a good TeX flavor for expressing electronics symbols in documents?