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I use latex primarily in writing graph theory articles and teaching presentations.


Mar
22
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
I think I can change it myself if needed. Thanks a bunch. Here is the next possible question. Say, I want to use a graph G as a node. I also want to make it coordinate-free (that is this new node should be assigned a new coordinate each time). What shall I do?
Mar
20
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
Yes! This is exactly what I want.
Mar
20
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
thanks a bunch altermundus...
Mar
20
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Mar
20
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Mar
20
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
Here is what exactly I want to do in this new definition:
Mar
20
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
Ohhh... Kaayyyy! I think I have another problem. When the vertices are not on a horizontal line, the edges become curly using
Mar
19
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Mar
19
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Mar
19
comment Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?
Thanks everyone (most to Altermundus). This will save me huge time.
Mar
19
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Mar
19
asked Can we define a multiedge command using tikz?