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README
**TikZ-dependency** -- A library to draw dependency graphs
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TikZ-dependency allows you to draw dependency graphs with little or
no effort. It also comes with a lot of styling facilities, to let you
personalize the look and feel of the graphs at your liking.

The package has a very easy to learn, high level interface that can be
used to draw simple dependency trees, complex non projective graphs,
bubble parses, and in general any kind of graph which is based on a
sequence of nodes and edges among these.

Read the documentation in

>   tikz-dependency-doc.pdf 

for installation and usage instructions.

Licensing information is in the file

>   LICENSE

Do not hesistate to contact me for comments, bug reports or
feature requests. Thanks for using tikz-dependency!

Changelog
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* **Version 1.2** (Jul 5, 2012)

    - Added "edge height" to override the behavior of the edge-drawing algorithm and explicitly set
      the height of an edge
    - Incorporated patch by Tetsuo Kiso that fixes error in the handling of "edge end offset x"

* **Version 1.1** (Jan 17, 2012)

    - Added the possibility to use simple arcs as edges (keys: "arc edge"/"segmented edge")
    - Added "edge start x offset" and "edge end x offset" to fine tune edge start/end point position
    - Added \depstyle to define styles more easily
    - Added "simple" theme, based on the parse on page 1 of [Nivre and McDonald, ACL-HLT 2008] 
    - Added instructions to draw bubble parses
    - Fixed bug that would cause groupedges not to be straight under some circumstances

* **Version 1.0** (Nov 26, 2011)

    - First public release

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tikz-de­pen­dency – A li­brary for draw­ing de­pen­dency graphs

The pack­age pro­vides a li­brary that draws to­gether ex­ist­ing TikZ fa­cil­i­ties to make a com­fort­able en­vi­ron­ment for draw­ing de­pen­dency graphs.

Ba­sic fa­cil­i­ties of the pack­age in­clude a lot of styling fa­cil­i­ties, to let you per­son­al­ize the look and feel of the graphs.

Pack­agetikz-de­pen­dency
Ver­sion1.2
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerDaniele Pighin
Con­tained inTeX Live as tikz-de­pen­dency
MiKTeX as tikz-de­pen­dency
Topics mech­a­nisms for draw­ing trees
sup­port for lin­guis­tics
pack­age uses PGF-TikZ
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