Questions tagged [gitdags]

gitdags is a LaTeX2e package built on top of TikZ/PGF v3.0 that allows you to effortlessly produce pretty, vector-graphics, educational Git history graphs. You should find it convenient for demonstrating the effects of Git commands such as checkout, reset, merge, rebase, etc. on a repository.

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Creating a directed acyclic graph for an instrumental variables design

I am trying to create two DAGs that looks like this (Morgan & Winship (2010) Counterfactuals and Causal Inference, p. 188): I am not sufficiently advanced in LaTeX coding to draw these using tikz ...
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Is there a clean way to create offset branches in gitdags?

Julien Cretel created the elegant gitdags package for easily generating educational git graphs, which I'm currently using to create educational and reference materials for my team. When discussing ...
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How can I produce the history graph of a Git repository in LaTeX?

Is there a relatively simple way to produce the history graph of a git repository in LaTeX? I'm looking for something nicer-looking than the verbatim output of git log --graph --oneline