Tag Archives: diagrams

Diagrams mentoring at Hac Phi

Hac Phi is coming up in less than a month, August 3-5 here in Philadelphia: three days of hanging out with awesome people, eating good food, and hacking on Haskell projects. Judging by past instances, I promise you it will … Continue reading

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Announcing diagrams 0.5

I am pleased to announce the release of version 0.5 of diagrams, a full-featured framework and embedded domain-specific language for declarative drawing. Check out the gallery for examples of what it can do! Highlights of this release include: A new … Continue reading

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Modern art with diagrams: the face of progress

As an addendum to my previous post, here are a few outputs generated while I was debugging: For extra credit, deduce what the bugs were. ;)

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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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