New on CTAN: tikz-swigs
The tikz-swigs package provides horizontally and vertically split elliptical (pairs of) nodes in TikZ. The two new multi-part shapes are `swig hsplit` and `swig vsplit`. These build on and extend the existing `ellipse split` shape provided in the `shapes.multipart` TikZ library in the following ways: - Space can be introduced physically separating the two sub-parts. - The cut that divides the ellipse can be horizontal `hsplit` or vertical `vsplit`. - The enclosing lines for each sub-part can be colored differently or can be double lines. - With `vsplit` the position of the dividing line relative to the original undivided ellipse is determined based on the relative size of the label text for the two pieces. - Anchors determined by angles are supported, for example `mynode.170`.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/tikz-swigs The package’s files themselves can be inspected at https://mirrors.ctan.org/graphics/pgf/contrib/tikz-swigs/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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tikz-swigs – Horizontally and vertically split elliptical nodes
This package provides horizontally and vertically split elliptical (pairs of) nodes in TikZ.
The package name derives from the fact that split ellipses of this type are used to represent Single-World Intervention Graph (SWIG) models which are used in counterfactual causal inference.
|Copyright||2018 Thomas S. Richardson|
|Maintainer||Thomas S. Richardson|