Difference between revisions of "LaTeX:Diagrams"

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\draw plot (6,(0,\x););
 
\draw plot (6,(0,\x););
\draw plot (6,(6,\x););
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\draw plot (7,(6,\x););
 
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\draw plot (0,(6,\x););
 
\draw (0,6)--(6,6);
 
\draw (0,6)--(6,6);

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Diagrams and Figures

It's best to rely on Asymptote for drawing diagrams and figures, as $\text{\LaTeX}$ does not have the ability to output good diagrams for geometry and such. However, $\text{\LaTeX}$ does work wonderfully well with Asymptote.

Integer coordinates inside a cube of sidelength 6

[asy] usepackage("tikz"); label("\begin{tikzpicture}[domain=0:6,x=5mm,y=5mm,z=2.5mm] %\draw (0,0) grid (5,5); \foreach \i in {0,...,6}{ \foreach \z in {0,...,6}{ \foreach \m in {0,...,6}{ \node[red] at (\i ,(\m ,\z ) {\textbullet }; ); \node[red] at (\m ,(\i ,\z ) {\textbullet }; ); \node[blue] at (\z , (\i ,\m ) {\textbullet }; ); }; }; } \draw (0,0)--(0,6); \draw (0,0)--(6,0); \draw plot (6,(0,\x);); \draw plot (7,(6,\x);); \draw plot (0,(6,\x);); \draw (0,6)--(6,6); \draw (6,0)--(6,6); \end{tikzpicture}"); [/asy]

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