About the PGF and TikZ examples gallery

PGF and TikZ is a delightful macro package for creating high quality illustrations and graphics for use with (La|Con)TeX. The purpose of this examples gallery is to showcase PGF and TikZ, and to be a useful learning resource.

Terms of use

The examples in the gallery are copyrighted by their respective authors. Some of the examples are from the PGF/TikZ manual, and are in principle released under the GNU Free Documentation License. All other examples are are available under a Creative Commons attribution license.

Proper attribution is to mention somewhere in your code or document who made the illustration and to provide a link to http://texample.net.

Contribute an example!

You are more than welcome to contribute PGF/TikZ examples. Send an email to kjellmf at gmail.com, or see the contact page for other ways to reach me. All contributed examples must be released under the Creative Commons attribution license.

Technical details

The gallery is implemented using the high-level Python Web framework Django. A Python script is used to build and update the gallery from a set of LaTeX source files. The following tools and libraries are used in the process: