# How can i draw this graph in latex? is it possible? • Have you made any attempt yet? If so please post the code you have so far. – Null Feb 25 '16 at 18:22
• I try to find some similiar examples but i did not find, the only thing i can do is a create a basis tale? what do you think it is possible to draw in latex? – Ümit Ertuğrul Feb 25 '16 at 18:25
• Welcome to SE. Of course this is possible. For example with pstrick or with tikz or ... so, consider comment of @Null. – Zarko Feb 25 '16 at 18:26
• can you add these code in here? – Ümit Ertuğrul Feb 25 '16 at 18:27
• I have no idea how to begin this kind of table. I am a beginner. So I am hoping to find some help around here. Please help – Ümit Ertuğrul Feb 25 '16 at 18:37

Try:

\documentclass[tikz,
border=1mm,
preview]{standalone}
\usetikzlibrary{matrix,positioning}

\begin{document}
\centering
\begin{tikzpicture}[
node distance=0pt,
ML/.style = {font=\small\sffamily, text height=1.75ex, inner sep=2pt}
]
\matrix (M)  [matrix of math nodes,
column sep=-.4pt, row sep=-0.4pt,
nodes={draw, thin, inner sep=2mm,
text height=2.5ex, text depth=1ex, text width=3em,
align=center}]
{
\mathsf{H_2} &   \mathsf{H_3} &   \mathsf{H_4}         \\
\mathsf{H_1} &   \mathsf{S}   &   \mathsf{H_3}         \\
\mathsf{T}   &   \mathsf{H_1} &   \mathsf{H_2}         \\
};
\node[ML,left=of M-1-1] {$\vdots\vdots$};
\node[ML,left=of M-1-1.south west] {1};
\node[ML,left=of M-2-1.south west] {e};
\node[ML,below left=of M-3-1.south west] {0};
%
\node[ML,below=of M-3-1.south east] {e};
\node[ML,below=of M-3-2.south east] {1};
\node[ML,below=of M-3-3] {$\vdots\vdots$};
\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}


Above code gives: For drawing of your picture/graph I select TikZ package since I'm quite familiar with it. Graph is based on matrix library, by which I define matrix of math nodes. Nodes style is determined in \matrix option.

This MWE should serve to you for further investigation of capability of the TikZ package and refinement according to your taste.

Manual of the TikZ is huge, however for start read its part III (TikZ ist kein Zeichenprogramm) and than description of matrix library.

The small numbers written in front of the edges makes this something complicated. One solution is to use TikZ package as described here: TikZ: how to draw chained tabular material

Another solution is drawing the table in Inkscape and export as a graphic compatible with LaTeX.

• I am not good at do it. I hope that if it is possible, may be i can codes for this table.. – Ümit Ertuğrul Feb 25 '16 at 19:30
• If you are not good in coding it, the best choice is drawing it by some software, e.g. Inkscape. So, you can import it as a PDF file into your LaTeX file to compile by pdflatex . – Winsoft Feb 25 '16 at 19:42