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How can I make the same diagram like this in LaTeX?

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I see that i could use package karnaugh but i don´t like placement of x.

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  • Is there any chance to create the same diagram in latex without package karnaugh. – Luka Toni Oct 20 '13 at 13:53

Use package karnaugh.



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You can also draw this stuff with TikZ:

\draw (0,0) grid (4,4);
\node at (.5,.5){1};
\node at (3.5,.5){1};
\node at (1.5,1.5){1};
\node at (1.5,3.5){1};
\node at (3.5,3.5){1};
\draw (0,4.3) --node[midway, above]{$x_1$} (2,4.3);
\draw (-0.3,4) --node[midway, left]{$x_2$} (-0.3,2);
\draw (1,-0.3) --node[midway, below]{$x_3$} (3,-0.3);
\draw (4.3,1) --node[midway, right]{$x_4$} (4.3,3);

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You could also use a picture environment like the karnaugh package does internally, or PSTricks, or any other lesser-known LaTeX graphics environment since the drawing required by a Karnaugh map is very simple.

  • is it possible to change a possition of x ? – Luka Toni Oct 20 '13 at 10:32
  • @LukaToni I don't think so. – marczellm Oct 20 '13 at 11:32

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