LaTeX and Graphics – Contest contributions
Did you like an article? Or many? It would be great if you would
- comment on it – what you liked, what further ideas do you have about this topic. Feedback is very welcome by authors. If you already read an article, it’s still a good idea to visit the article again and to comment on it.
- blog about it – if you are a blogger. Tell your readers, which article you liked, what do you think about the contributions.
- share it via Twitter, google+ or Facebook – there are buttons for it over and below each post. Spread the word about LaTeX!
It will be hard to decide, which authors would be the winners. You can help: show which contributions are the most liked by you!
Here are the nominees – please vote, comment and share!
- LaTeX and Chemistry – Drawing Reaction Schemes by Clemens Niederberger
- Efficient Seamless Tiled Backgrounds by Lim Lian Tze
- Fun with gnuplot and arara by Paulo Roberto Massa Cereda
- Why should I be using TeX for graphics? by Pieter Belmans
- Tufte-style Bar Charts with pgfplots by Jürnjakob Dugge
- Semi-automatic plotting using pgfplots by Joseph Wright
- Plane affine constructions and the TikZ calc library by Hugues Vermeiren
- Overcoming some flaws with graphics created using matlab2tikz by Frits Wenneker
- Drawing with the tikz-3dplot Package by Jeff Hein
- Pic for expressive LaTeX diagrams by Allan Espinosa
Did you like the contest and some some contributions? Let the authors know!
Let’s review some time, then we will know who has won the prizes.
To have a quick glance, what the contributions show to us: