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Utilities for programmatically generating TikZ code.

Project description

A set of utilities for programmatically generating TikZ code.

Contribution guidelines

  • Conventions
    • Naming conventions are according to PEP8.
  • How to clean the source:
    • isort .
    • pylint tikzify
    • flake8 tikzify


  • This macro is helpful for running examples:
function dm {
    python "$" $2 && pdflatex -shell-escape $1 && open $1.pdf
  • The basal ganglia example can be run by doing dm basal_ganglia from the examples folder. It should produce basal_ganglia.pdf, which shows all of the output, as well as figures/basal_ganglia-*.pdf, which are the individual diagrams to be included.
  • A copy of the pdf <basal_ganglia.pdf> is provided at the top level folder. It shows three programmatically-generated diagrams, with various sections highlighted.

Whom do I talk to?

  • Neil Girdhar

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