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LaTex Plot Axis 3D

There are many packages in LaTeX to plot 3D, including tikz-3dplot, 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

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LaTeX Horizontal Flowchart (Workflow)

Source: https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/368482/one-horizontal-line-flow-chart?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

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Drawing Commutative Diagrams with Tikz-CD

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 tikz-CD. Sample of Commutative Diagram done with tikz-cd.

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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

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