PGF/TikZ is a tandem of
languages for producing vector graphics from a
geometric/algebraic description. PGF is a lower-level language, while TikZ is
a set of higher-level macros that use PGF. The top-level PGF and TikZ commands
are invoked as TeX macros. Together with the LaTeX language, it is the most
efficient way to write research papers.
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How to use this repository
You can browse the available figures by using the left menu, either selecting
one of the categories, or by searching for a keyword in the dedicated field.
A sublist of the corresponding figures will then appear, and choosing any will
display the actual compiled image (in low-quality for efficiency reasons) together
with its associated LaTeX code generating it. From there, you can download the actual
code and/or PDF, as well as some custom packages.
How to contribute
Do you have any TiKZ code that you are willing to share? If yes, please
do not hesitate to contact Jérémy Jean and send the images to
Jean(dot)Jeremy(at)gmail(dot)com following the same format as the images on this website.
He will look into including them into this repository.
Free of use
All the TikZ images and codes available on this website are distributed under
the Creative Commons licence CC0.
You can use them to create your owns, modify them as much as you want, and
include them in any documents.