Tag Archives: diagrams

Generating plane tilings with diagrams

I’ve finally set up a diagrams-contrib package to serve as a home for user contributions to the diagrams project—generation of specialized diagrams, fun or instructive examples, half-baked ideas, stuff which is not sufficiently polished or general to go in the … Continue reading

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Announcing diagrams-0.4

I am pleased to announce the release of version 0.4 of diagrams, a full-featured framework and embedded domain-specific language for declarative drawing. The last announcement was of the 0.1 release; there have been quite a few changes and improvements since … Continue reading

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diagrams repos now mirrored on github!

I was quite excited when I learned that Owen Stephens was working on a two-way darcs-git bridge for his Google Summer of Code project. You see, I’m one of those holdouts who, despite acknowledging that github is pretty cool and … Continue reading

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Tic-tac-toe maps with diagrams

Inspired by Randall Munroe, here are some handy guides to optimal tic-tac-toe play, created with the diagrams EDSL. Click the images to open (zoomable) PDF versions. I hacked this up in just a few hours. How did I do it? … Continue reading

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Announcing diagrams preview release

I am extremely pleased to announce a "developer preview" release of the diagrams framework for declarative drawing. This is a well-thought-out, well-documented, working release with all core functionality in place, but with many planned features still missing (for example, support … Continue reading

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Things I have learned about vector spaces

Work on the diagrams library is coming along rather nicely. I’ll have more to say about it soon, but for now here are two things I have learned recently: Normals transform as the inverse transpose (see Subject 5.27). Be very … Continue reading

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diagrams slides

Today at Hac φ I gave a short talk about the past and future of the diagrams library. For anyone who is interested, I’ve put the slides up here. For the actual talk the slides had no text on them, … Continue reading

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