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LaTex Plot Axis 3D
There are many packages in LaTeX to plot 3D, including tikz3dplot, and other exotic packages. The easiest one to use for plotting a simple 3D graph, with xyz axis and origin, is Pgfplots in my opinion. The code to plot … Continue reading
LaTeX Horizontal Flowchart (Workflow)
Source: https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/368482/onehorizontallineflowchart?rq=1 Just found an excellent source on how to draw a simple (slightly fanciful) horizontal flowchart using LaTeX (TikZ). The output is very neat: The code is reproduced here (in case the original source gets deleted): \documentclass[tikz, margin=3mm]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta, … Continue reading
Drawing Commutative Diagrams with TikzCD
Source: http://www.jmilne.org/not/Mtikz.pdf The easiest way to draw commutative diagrams is actually with amscd, but this has the drawback of not supporting diagonal arrows. The next easiest is tikzCD. Sample of Commutative Diagram done with tikzcd.
Interactive Astronomy using 3D Computer Graphics
This is a school project on using 3D Computer Graphics. It explores a phenomenon whereby a sundial can actually go backwards in the tropics! Abstract: Understanding spherical astronomy requires good spatial visualization. Unfortunately, it is very hard to make good … Continue reading