TikZ and PGF

TikZ and PGF are TeX packages for creating graphics programmatically. TikZ is build on top of PGF and allows you to create sophisticated graphics in a rather intuitive and easy manner.

Disclaimer: This site is not the official home of TikZ and PGF. Consult the Sourceforge project page for releases, support and bug reports.



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TikZiT is a cross-platform application that allows the creation and modification of TeX diagrams written using the pgf/TikZ macro library. It is especially geared toward rapidly creating "dot"-diagrams for use in academic papers.


QtiPlot is a program for two- and three-dimensional graphical presentation of data sets and for data analysis.

tikz-qtree: Simple syntax and smarter layout for trees

This package provides a macro for drawing trees with TikZ using the easy syntax of Alexis Dimitriadis' Qtree. It improves on TikZ's standard tree-drawing facility by laying out tree nodes without collisions.


A Java AWT/Swing Graphics drop-in replacement that renders to the TikZ/PGF (LA)TEX language.

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