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1answer
45 views

Regular Expression AST with forest or qtree

I would like to represent an abstract syntax tree over a regular expression. Preferable in the form of the following tree: <regexp> | ...
5
votes
1answer
41 views

Understanding forest options when customising trees

This is a follow-up to Gonzalo Medina's answer to this question. The solution offered there includes the following code at the start of the forest environment: edge path={ ...
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2answers
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Unbalanced binary tree with forest

How can one draw an unbalanced binary tree - with missing nodes using the forest package?
6
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1answer
223 views

beamer and forest

I am preparing beamer presentation and flow chart using forest. For some reason, it is suggesting extra } or problem with \end{frame}. Here is the code: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{beamer} ...
5
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1answer
227 views

Customized edge in forest tree

Following the examples in the documentation, it is not too difficult to customize the edge of trees using the tikz-qtree package. The following code illustrates it: \documentclass{standalone} ...
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1answer
433 views

Using beamer overlays with forest generated trees

I am using the forest package from Sašo Živanović in order to create a wide tree on a beamer slide. Previously, I was using qtree. But due to the easier way of arranging nodes automatically with ...
5
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1answer
416 views

Square edges in forest package

I can easily do trees with horizontal (square) edges in tikz-qtree (see MWE). The forest package is however a far superior alternative for my purposes. However, every attempt to do either horizontal ...
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1answer
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Is it possible to emulate qtree with forest?

This question was actually asked by Alan Munn in a comment to How do I create a LCM tree diagram?. I repeat (and self-answer) it here because the answer is too long to fit the margin :-) qtree is a ...