tikz-qtree – Use existing qtree syntax for trees in TikZ
The package provides a macro for drawing trees with TikZ using the easy syntax of Alexis Dimitriadis’ Qtree. It improves on TikZ’s standard tree-drawing facility by laying out tree nodes without collisions; it improves on Qtree by adding lots of features from TikZ (for example, edge labels, arrows between nodes); and it improves on pst-qtree in being usable with pdfTeX and XeTeX.
|Licenses||GNU General Public License|
|Copyright||2002, 2009 David Chiang|
|Contained in||TeX Live as tikz-qtree|
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