Februar 4th, 2009 by Stefan Kottwitz
In previous posts I’ve shown some examples how the TikZ graphics package could be used to draw mathematical diagrams like exact sequences and commutative diagrams. Felix Lenders has written a tutorial called Commutative Diagrams using TikZ dealing with this subject and has published it today. In that paper he’s describing basic syntax, styles, arrows, curves, positioning issues and more. The tutorial contains several examples with the corresponding source code.
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