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tkz-graph — for graph theory

Release 2.0 2021/01/20


The package tkz-graph.sty is a collection of some useful macros if you want to draw manually a graph of the graph theory. The kind of graphs that I will present, are sometimes called combinatorial graphs to distinguish them from the graphs of functions. The macros are designed to give math teachers (and students) easy access at the programmation of drawing graphs with TikZ. I therefore hope that my packages provide ideal tools for teachers wanting to offer their students fine documents of maths.


The scontents package may be modified and distributed under the terms and conditions of the Project Public License, version 1.3c or greater.


The package compiles with utf8, pdflatex and lualatex, loads and depends on updated versions of:


The package tkz-graph is present in Live and MiK, use the package manager to install.

You can experiment with the tkz-graph package by placing all of the distribution files in the directory containing your current tex file.

How to use it

To use the package tkz-graph, place the following line in the preamble of your document:



Documentation for tkz-graph is available on CTAN.


All examples given in documentation will be stored on CTAN as standalone files, ready for compilation.

Other examples, in french, are on my site: http://altermundus.fr


  • 2.00 correction of bugs and new documentation
  • 1.00 first version


Alain Matthes, 5 rue de Valence, Paris 75005, al (dot) ma (at) mac (dot) com

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (331.5k).

tkz-graph – Draw graph-theory graphs

The package is designed to create graph diagrams as simply as possible, using TikZ.

Home pagehttp://altermundus.fr
Version2.0 2021-01-20
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3
Copyright2021 Alain Matthes
MaintainerAlain Matthes
Contained inTeX Live as tkz-graph
MiKTeX as tkz-graph
TopicsPGF TikZ
See alsotkz-berge
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