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### How to use tkz-graph and tikz-qtree without conflict?

It seems that the tikz-qtree and tkz-graph packages both define (or redefine) the \edge macro... I'd like to use both, but it doesn't seem possible: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \...
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### How to draw the physical tree with balls under both the stress of strings and gravity?

I want to draw the physical model of graph that has a ball for each vertex and a piece of string for each edge. In this model, if you lift a ball high enough, the other balls are pulled up along with ...
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### How to connect two parents to the same child, with parents not in the same tree?

I'm trying to draw a specific tree, with two parents node linked to the same child. The problem is that one of the parent is outside the main tree. Here's the code I have for the moment: \...
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### phonological structures

I need to do this: Apologies for the non-digital reference. :) My attempt with pst-asr is the following. I can't figure out what it wrong with it. Can someone help? % !TEX TS-program = latex \...
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### Crossed hierarchy

I appreciate it if you let me know the most elegant way to draw a crossed hierarchy such as the followings: X /\ Y Z /\/\ p q t q has two parents Y and Z.
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### Graph-like structures with Qtree

The Qtree package is "a LaTeX package for drawing tree diagrams." Is it possible to draw simple graph-like diagrams with it, similar to the one depicted below? If not, should I resort to TikZ-qtree?
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### How to reflect duplicating a tree horizontally?

I'm following the solution from this post to construct a tree using tikz-qtree. It's working very well as you can see on the image below. The tree is to show the matches of a championship. But I'd ...
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### Associating two children to one parent in Forest [duplicate]

I am trying to draw a nice multi-dominance. I find the gap between the two lines above "V" is ugly. Is there any way to move the lower end of the line in red square so that the two lines meet at one ...