feyn – A font for in-text Feynman diagrams
Feyn may be used to produce relatively simple Feynman diagrams within equations in a LaTeX document. While the feynmf package is good at drawing large diagrams for figures, the present package and its fonts allow diagrams within equations or text, at a matching size.
The fonts are distributed as METAFONT source, and macros for their use are also provided.
|Licenses||BSD Style License|
|Copyright||1991, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008–2017 Norman Gray|
|Contained in||TeX Live as feyn|
MiKTeX as feyn
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Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- feynmf: Macros and fonts for creating Feynman (and other) diagrams
- cmoefont: Old English glyphs to go with Computer Modern
- concrete: Concrete Roman fonts
- svrsymbols: A font with symbols for use in physics texts