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Tikzcd - A simple visual editor for creating commutative diagrams
36 points by gfredtechhttps://github.com/yishn/tikzcd-editor
bdamm - 1 hours ago
This is pretty cool! I would love to see this kind of tool
(including the LaTeX output) available for other kinds of diagrams.
Sequence diagrams, box-and-line diagrams, etc.
codemac - 1 hours ago
It's the type of thing I'd love from plantuml
rcfox - 1 hours ago
It's not terribly hard to do by hand once you get the hang of it.
I used to do my control systems homework with TikZ.
bdamm - 56 minutes ago
Diagrams for homework is easy. The tool almost doesn't
matter.What gets hard is when a diagram is describing something
you don't have control over, such as a system built by dozens
of engineers, or a product that is still being influenced by
changing requirements. In those cases, I often want to build
an initial diagram, then extend it quickly and in a version-
control friendly way, or even in a way that can be generated.
caiw - 1 hours ago
I made all diagrams in my thesis with this tikz gui:
http://tikzit.sourceforge.net. Tikzcd looks more polished, Tikzit