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Jul
23
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Jul
23
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Jul
22
comment Union of Paths in MetaPost
Could you draw the letters with a suitably slanted pen? Or some of the tricks described in The Metafont Book Ch.16 "Calligraphic effects"?
Jul
22
comment Automatic bold for every first character of a line
@egreg true I'm sure, I'll add to the explanation. Any other restrictions of \obeylines that you are aware of?
Jul
22
revised Automatic bold for every first character of a line
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Jul
21
comment OpenType MPlib labels with luatex-plain
Your example compiles without error on a fresh MacTex installation (ie the whole 2.3G bytes of TL2014), so it looks like BasicTex is missing something else you need. Did you install luamplib? Any reason you can't do a full install?
Jul
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Jul
21
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Jul
21
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Jul
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
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Jul
21
answered Automatic bold for every first character of a line
Jul
17
comment How to draw areas between curves of the form $x=f(y)$ and $x=g(y)$?
Why don't you just use the nice graph you have created with GeoGebra?
Jul
15
revised Electric network one-line diagrams
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Jul
15
answered How could a resonance energy levels diagram be made using TikZ?
Jul
11
comment How to draw a hierarchical diagram in tikz?
See texample.net/tikz/examples/tag/block-diagrams
Jul
10
comment LinkedIn logo in Latex
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jul
10
comment Drawing an echo state network
There's nothing here you could not do in any of the TeX-friendly graphics tools like TikZ, Asymptote, or Metapost. Take your pick. Or you could try something like Inkscape and export to a graphic format. The illustration you have shared looks like something done with TikZ.
Jul
10
comment LinkedIn logo in Latex
Of course if you posted an example of what you where trying to do, people might be able to suggest improvements.