TikZ and PGF are TeX packages for creating graphics programmatically. TikZ is build on top of PGF and allows you to create sophisticated graphics in a rather intuitive and easy manner.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 9 articles )
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- Amore, Paolo; Boyd, John P.; Fernández, Francisco M.; Rösler, Boris: High order eigenvalues for the Helmholtz equation in complicated non-tensor domains through Richardson extrapolation of second order finite differences (2016)
- Oshima, Toshio: Drawing curves (2016)
- Amore, Paolo; Fernández, Francisco M.: On the symmetry of three identical interacting particles in a one-dimensional box (2015)
- Amore, Paolo; Fernández, Francisco M.; Garcia, Javier: Non-Hermitian oscillators with $T_d$ symmetry (2015)
- Ohlberger, M.; Schindler, F.: Error control for the localized reduced basis multiscale method with adaptive on-line enrichment (2015)
- Sunkara, Vinodh Kumar; Sane, Aamod: Skeblle: a new kind of diagramming tool with programmable active diagrams (2015)
- Egri-Nagy, Attila; Francis, Andrew R.; Gebhardt, Volker: Bacterial genomics and computational group theory: the BioGAP package for GAP (2014)
- Tantau, Till: Drawing graphs with TikZ: in the beginning was the path (2014)
- Blondin Massé, A.; Brlek, S.; Garon, A.; Labbé, S.: Equations on palindromes and circular words (2011)