I have over the last few years drawn a lot of Feynman diagrams in LaTeX with Feynmf and mpost. The results are nice, but time-consuming! For non-physicists, a Feynman diagram is an image made of lines which often need math labels, e.g. this Feynman diagram from wiki, which, although not made with Feynmf, gives you an idea...

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I would like to start a repository of code for Fenyman diagrams for people to copy from, to save them time. Ideally, it could show LaTeX source and pdf or png output side-by-side, so that people could spot a diagram they wanted/wanted to modify, and copy and paste the LaTeX.

What is the best platform? git-hub etc? I guess this is a common request for LaTeX codes, to have code and output side-by-side?

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Maybe the guys over at texample.net might be able to host this. The actual maintainer @StefanKottwitz is also active over here so maybe you may want to ask him.

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