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readme-tkz-graph.txt V 1.00 c 02/06/2011
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.
Licence
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This program can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms
of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN
archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt.
Features
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-- needs etex;
-- requires and automatically loads PGF/TikZ 2.1;
-- compiles with utf8, pdflatex;
-- compiles using the chain dvi->dvips->ps2pdf;
-- not yet ready for use with TeX and ConText (I need more time and ideas).
Installation
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You can experiment with the tkz-graph package by placing tkz-graph.sty in the directory containing your current tex file.
You can also placing tkz-graph.sty in the directory :
/texmf/tex/latex/tkz.
How to use it
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To use the package tkz-graph, place the following lines in the preamble of
your LaTeX document.
\usepackage{tkz-graph}
tkz-graph loads TikZ.
If you use the xcolor package, load that package before tkz-graph to avoid
package conflicts.
\usepackage[usenames,dvipsnames]{xcolor}
\usepackage{amsmath,tkz-graph}
Documentation
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The documentation is in french.
Documentation for tkz-graph is available on my sites:
http://altermundus.fr (en français) or http://altermundus.com (in english)
Documentation for printing will be ready soon.
Examples
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All examples given in documentation will be stored on my sites as standalone
files, ready for compilation.
Alain Matthes
5 rue de Valence
Paris 75005
al (dot) ma (at) mac (dot) com