[OS X TeX] diagrams
Roberto Avanzi
roberto.avanzi at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 05:23:45 EDT 2008
On 10.03.2008, at 12:32, Alessandro Languasco wrote:
> Hi
>
> I think that Xy-pic is widely used by Mathematicians
>
> http://www.tug.org/applications/Xy-pic/
Yes it is, but the look is very often somehow un-TeX-like, and
I miss some flexibility. At the moment I am using pstricks and
especially the psmatrix environment, but I am planning to toy
with pgf/tikz and see what I can do with it.
In the teaching section of my web page
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/Teaching.html
you can find the exercises for a crypto course - I provided also
the sources for my students to peruse - and also as a blueprint
in case they want to submit their solutions electronically. In
these files pstricks has been used.
For instance
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uz6.tex
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uz6.pdf
contains a diagram with curved arrows. Another example
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uz7.tex
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uz7.pdf
and a more complex example in
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uzA.tex
http://caccioppoli.mac.rub.de/website/teachingmaterial/k1-ws0708/uzA.pdf
The exercises and solutions will disappear at the beginning of next
semester (second week of April), so if you are curious grab them now ;-)
I do not pretend these examples to be masterly - a few fine placing
techniques can probably be done much better - but they can be taken
as a starting point to make more complex stuff. Sorry for the German,
but I teach at a german university...
best
Roberto
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