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Error when using TikZ-Feynman package

Today I downloaded and installed the new TikZ-Feynman package to draw Feynman diagrams. I included the packages \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{tikz-feynman} \tikzfeynmanset{compat=1.0.0} \...
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LaTeX Warning: There were undefined references

My template draft1.tex is as follow: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{comment} \usepackage{tikz-feynman} \usepackage{graphicx,epstopdf,epsfig,xcolor} \usepackage{...
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Updated lualatex vs. tikz-feynman

ORIGINAL QUESTION: I have major problems compiling Feynman diagrams produced with the tikz-feynman package with lualatex. To make it less likely that I am just sloppy, I copied the example from this ...
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Labelling figures in the tikz package

Consider the following piece of code, which uses the tikz-feynman package: \usepackage{tikz-feynman, contour} \tikzfeynmanset{compat=1.1.0} \begin{document} \begin{center} \begin{tikzpicture}[...
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tikz-feynman; size of lines and alignment of text

Consider the following piece of code \begin{equation*} \feynmandiagram [medium, vertical=e to f] { a -- [photon] b [particle={\(\nu\)}] -- [fermion, edge label=\(k_{2}\)] c [particle={\(\...
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tikz-feynman package - making a diagram symmetrical

I have the following code which draws a Feynman diagram using the tikz-feynman package. \feynmandiagram [baseline={(current bounding box.center)},medium, vertical=b to f] { a [nudge=(-30:5mm)]...
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TikZ-Feynman: Orientating diagram horizontally [duplicate]

I want to make a Feynman diagram using the Tikz-Feynman package, that is aligned horizontally. The command I use looks like: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{tikz-feynman} \usepackage{tikz} \...
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An equivalent to \fmffreeze in TikZ-Feynman?

I am attempting to draw the following diagram using TikZ-Feynman (CTAN) But I am having difficulty keeping the fermion legs straight after attaching the photons. Using feynmp there is a workaround ...
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Tikz-Feynman: Multiple arrows on one fermion line and alignment (0vββ)

I'm trying to align the quark arrows in my 0vββ diagram: So I'd like to have 2 arrows on each of the 4 'unmodified' quark lines: the first arrow should be horizontally aligned with the arrow from the ...
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tikz-feynman: edge labels

I would like to understand how can I label edges of diagrams as at this picture: I assume that it possible to label vertices and than move each label, but I do not know how. Can anyone gives some ...
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Wrong direction of vertices in tikz-feynman remains under macOS, using PGF 3.1 and luatex 1.07 [duplicate]

This question is originally from the discussion under github issue CTeX-org/forum#4. The similar problems raised by questions Fresh install of TL2018: no tikz graph drawing libraries found, and ...
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Propagator loop in Feynman diagram using tikz-feynman package

Consider the following code written using the tikz-feynman package: \RequirePackage{luatex85} \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage[compat=1.0.0]{tikz-feynman} \begin{document} \feynmandiagram [...
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Problem installing Tikz Feynman

I have to draw a couple of Feynman diagrams for my paper. I am using Overleaf. After placing \usepackege{tikz-feynman} in the preamble, it sais tikz-Feynman not found. My question is, how can I ...
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Specific Feynman Diagram TikZ-Feynman Drawing [closed]

I'm new to Tex. Please help me with the coding to draw these 5 diagrams in LATEX.
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Tikz-Feynman: too big vertex label

If I use scalebox, the labels of the vertices are too big compared to those of the particles. \scalebox{2.5}{ \feynmandiagram [horizontal=a to b] { i1 [node font=\tiny, particle=$e^-$] -- ...