# Detexify for TikZ [duplicate]

For LaTeX symbols we have detexify. Do we similarly have the same for TikZ pictures?

This idea came because I wanted to draw a slab:

But couldn't find such website.

As I am not very familiar with the TikZ, if this is offside consider it to be my ignorance, go ahead to make any amendments.

Minimal working example for cube(may be very poor example):

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{tikz}

\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}[outside/.style={thick},
every node/.style={font=\tiny}]

\draw[outside](-2,-2,-2)--(-2,2,-2)--(-2,2,2)--(-2,-2,2)--(-2,-2,-2);
\draw[outside](-2,-2,-2)--(2,-2,-2)--(2,-2,2)--(-2,-2,2)--(-2,-2,-2);
\draw[outside](-2,-2,-2)--(2,-2,-2)--(2,2,-2)--(-2,2,-2)--(-2,-2,-2);
\draw[outside](2,2,2)--(2,-2,2)--(2,-2,-2)--(2,2,-2)--(2,2,2);
\draw[outside](2,2,2)--(-2,2,2)--(-2,2,-2)--(2,2,-2)--(2,2,2);
\draw[outside](2,2,2)--(-2,2,2)--(-2,-2,2)--(2,-2,2)--(2,2,2);

\end{tikzpicture}

\end{document}

• Probably the answer is no. There is texample.net/tikz/examples, but it's not the same thing. May 31 '17 at 14:41
• If you intend a site where you draw an image and it gives you back the TikZ code, the answer is: you're asking too much! May 31 '17 at 14:49
• @CarLatex Thanks my ignorance. I will show the minimal example of cube but how to put middle lines and coordinate axis
– L.K.
May 31 '17 at 14:52
• @CarLaTeX Or asking for Inkscape + svg2tikz, but the code is generally not very good. May 31 '17 at 15:00
• The best existing approximation to the website you're looking for is the one you're on right now. It justs takes a few minutes longer than detexify. May 31 '17 at 16:21