TikZ-FeynHand – Feynman diagrams with TikZ
This package lets you draw Feynman diagrams using TikZ.
It is a low-end modification of the TikZ-Feynman package, one of whose principal advantages is the automatic generation of diagrams, for which it needs LuaTex. TikZ-FeynHand only provides the manual mode and hence runs in LaTeX without any reference to LuaTeX.
In addition it provides some new styles for vertices and propagators, alternative shorter keywords in addition to TikZ-Feynman’s longer ones, some shortcut commands for quickly customizing the diagrams’ look, and the new feature of putting one propagator “on top“ of another.
It also includes a quick user guide for getting started, with many examples and a 5-minute introduction to TikZ.
|Licenses||GNU General Public License, version 3 or newer|
|Copyright||2016 Joshua Ellis|
2018 Max Dohse
|Contained in||TeX Live as tikz-feynhand|
MiKTeX as tikz-feynhand
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