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Update If you don't mind restructuring the tree a bit, you can get something a bit closer to your target. I've also tried using the angles library here to draw the arc at the top. If you use an empty node for the second level (below the tier of sub-headings), then set the sub-sub-headings as children of that level, you can use a further child, where ...


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Here's a solution which I think comes pretty close to what you want. It is not perfect, but it is hard for me, at least, to see the imperfections. Rather than nice empty nodes and sn edges, this uses pretty nice empty nodes because the empty nodes are not entirely nice, but they are pretty close. Rather than shape=coordinate, we set inner sep=0pt. We then ...


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I guess I found the answer. (And then I saw your edit.) In tikz.code.tex, line 1322-1323, there are \tikzleveldistance=15mm \tikzsiblingdistance=15mm However in tikzlibrarygraphdrawing.code.tex, line18-20, there is % Patch the level and sibling distances so that gd and plain tikz are % in sync \tikzset{level distance=1cm, sibling distance=1cm} ...


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For simple game trees Martin Osborne's egames is good enough. It is also flexible up to some degree. Check the examples to see if you can modify them to your satisfaction: https://www.economics.utoronto.ca/osborne/latex/egameps.pdf It really is a matter of taste.


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The basic problem here has more to do with how to center a linguex example than how to center the tree, so it is actually asking essentially the same thing as gb4e center example text, but for linguex instead of gb4e. The solutions end up being the same: Use \hfil before and after the tikzpicture environment, as suggested by Harish Kumar's comment on the ...


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You can use a multicols environment from multicol package. The example below shows your original tikz-qtree code and a version using the powerful forest package; in both cases, alignment was improved using the baseline option: The code: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{tikz-qtree} \usepackage{tikz-qtree-compat} \usepackage{ulem} ...



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