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Figures TIKZ du cours "L'effet Doppler"
Figures TIKZ du cours "L'effet Doppler"
Figures TIKZ du cours "L'effet Doppler" disponible à l'adresse : http://femto-physique.fr/optique/doppler.php
Jimmy Roussel
Fig Control
Fig Control
Code using schemabloc
Fabian León
Elements for LaTeX
Elements for LaTeX
Just a collection of the code I've found and use regularly in projects. Includes crazy shapes, graph paper, margin changes and alignment of equations.
Bon Crowder
Beautiful curved grid?
Beautiful curved grid?
A variant and a combination of Hering's and Zöllner's illusion. The red grid is completely straight all the time. Submitted as an answer to the Showcase of Optical Illusions question on TeX SX. Click the Illusions tag below to see more!
OSjerick
They are or not parallels?
They are or not parallels?
The perpendicular lines that do not match row to row create an illusion of the lines between them being not parallel. Submitted as an answer to the Showcase of Optical Illusions question on TeX SX. Click the Illusions tag below to see more!
OSjerick
Ebbinghaus' illusion
Ebbinghaus' illusion
Submitted as an answer to the Showcase of Optical Illusions question on TeX SX. Click the Illusions tag below to see more!
cmhughes
Don't stare at this one for too long
Don't stare at this one for too long
Submitted as an answer to the Showcase of Optical Illusions question on TeX SX. Click the Illusions tag below to see more!
Andrew Kepert
Spacetime diagrams for uniformly accelerating observers
Spacetime diagrams for uniformly accelerating observers
Use TikZ/PGF to programmatically draw spacetime diagrams for uniformly accelerated observers. Set the acceleration, initial conditions, and other parameters. Questions/Comments to Robert McNees at rmcnees@luc.edu, http://jacobi.luc.edu January 2015
Robert McNees
Venn diagram with PGF 3.0 blend mode
Venn diagram with PGF 3.0 blend mode
With TikZ 3.0, there’s a new kind of transparency: you can use blend modes. This short Venn diagram example shows how the screen blend mode can be used to create a clear visual effect with just a few lines of code. Overall, there are 16 blend modes to choose from: normal, multiply, screen, overlay, darken, lighten, color dodge, color burn, hard light, soft light, difference, exclusion, hue, saturation, color, luminosity. The code for this example was written by Paul Gaborit, published on TeX.SE and then on TeXample.net. This abstract is adapted from that on TeXample. Source: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/venn-diagram-blended/
Paul Gaborit (via TeXample.net)

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