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Drawing Feynman Diagrams in LaTeX
Drawing Feynman Diagrams in LaTeX
The code samples here are taken from the tikz-feynman and feynmf package documentations. Compile with LuaLaTeX to get the most out of tikz-feynman.
Thorsten Ohl, Joshua Ellis, LianTze Lim
LaTeX Wine Stains
LaTeX Wine Stains
It was bound to happen. Now besides coffee stains, you can also add wine stains to your LaTeX document! wine.sty is actually Hanno Rein's coffee4.sty, with all the 'coffee' replaced by 'wine' in the code, and replaced colour definitions.
LianTze Lim
LaTeX Coffee Stains
LaTeX Coffee Stains
This package provides an essential feature to LaTeX that has been missing for too long. It adds a coffee stain to your documents. A lot of time can be saved by printing stains directly on the page rather than adding it manually. You can choose from four different stain types.
Hanno Rein, Evan Sultanik, Luis Randez, Adrian Robson
Escher Illusions in LaTeX
Escher Illusions in LaTeX
A drawing in TikZ. The first picture draws an impossible brick, which induces an optical illusion similar to that triggered by Escher's impossible cube. The second picture draws a Penrose triangle, another similar optical illusion.
Julien Cretel
Elements for LaTeX
Elements for LaTeX
Just a collection of the code I've found and use regularly in projects. Includes crazy shapes, graph paper, margin changes and alignment of equations.
Bon Crowder
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle in LaTeX. For some beautiful variations (and more information), see http://www.oftenpaper.net/sierpinski.htm
Jake on TeX SE
Figures TIKZ du cours sur les oscillateurs
Figures TIKZ du cours sur les oscillateurs
Ce document regroupe les codes TIKZ des figures utilisées pour le cours "Oscillateurs Mécaniques" situé à la page http://femto-physique.fr/mecanique/meca_C4.php
Jimmy Rousel
Control Block Diagram with TikZ
Control Block Diagram with TikZ
Clean and simple way to generate a control block diagram with TikZ. Adapted from http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/control-system-principles/
Siang Lim
Venn diagram with PGF 3.0 blend mode
Venn diagram with PGF 3.0 blend mode
With TikZ 3.0, there’s a new kind of transparency: you can use blend modes. This short Venn diagram example shows how the screen blend mode can be used to create a clear visual effect with just a few lines of code. Overall, there are 16 blend modes to choose from: normal, multiply, screen, overlay, darken, lighten, color dodge, color burn, hard light, soft light, difference, exclusion, hue, saturation, color, luminosity. The code for this example was written by Paul Gaborit, published on TeX.SE and then on TeXample.net. This abstract is adapted from that on TeXample. Source: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/venn-diagram-blended/
Paul Gaborit (via TeXample.net)

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