[XeTeX] Linguistic structural analysis

Wilfred van Rooijen wvanrooijen at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 7 05:12:07 CEST 2014

If you want to do this in LaTeX, then PGF/TikZ is the only workable solution. It contains several libraries to make these kinds of maps, check the manual.

I think the "Tree Library" might be interesting for your application.


On Saturday, June 7, 2014 6:21 AM, Johann Spies <johann.spies at alterit.co.za> wrote:

>It seems to me that to do something like the pdf attached in
>LaTeX/XeLaTeX is very difficult.  I have looked at tikz and  the
>rst-package but it seems like an unreasonable lot of work to do it
>through one of those packages.
>Is there an easier way?
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