[texhax] Re: drawing trees
brock at quantifier.org
Tue Feb 28 19:41:08 CET 2006
I agree. pgf is by far the best. There's also qtree, and qobitree. I
think this is the sort of thing you're looking for.
I find all of these things to be cumbersome, though. For game theory and
decision trees, I find it to be easier to draw them in open office, export
them as pdf, and use graphicx package to include them.
On Mon, 27 Feb 2006, Chris Bourke wrote:
> By far the best package for drawing trees is pgf. It used to be a
> companion package for beamer, but now has its own development release, see
> sourceforge.net for complete details.
> > Hi, i'm a student which attends the first year of Information Technology at
> > University of Verona. I like using LaTeX but I found a problem which I
> > haven't solved yet. I should write a short text about trees but I can't draw
> > a binary tree with a node having only one leaf in the correct way, which
> > means that if the tree is composed by a root and one leaf on the right I
> > should see a bottom right arrow which points to the leaf not a simple
> > vertical arrow. Could you tell me which LaTeX package I should use, possibly
> > with an easy syntax?
> > Bye
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