A Java-based GUI for drawing Feynman diagrams

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JaxoDraw is a Java program for drawing Feynman diagrams. It has a
complete graphical user interface that allows to carry out all actions
in a mouse click-and-drag fashion. Fine-tuning of the diagrams is
possible through keyboard short-cuts. Graphs may be exported to a
variety of image formats, including (encapsulated) postscript, and can
be saved in XML files to be used in later sessions.

The main feature of JaxoDraw is the possibility of generating
LaTeX code that makes use of J. Vermaseren's axodraw package to
compile. In fact the main motivation for writing JaxoDraw was to
create a graphical user interface for the axodraw package. In that
way, we combine the power of LaTeX with the easiness of a
what-you-see-is-what-you-get interface.

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axodraw4j_2008_11_19.tar.gz 0000020930 20.4 KB
build.properties 0000002194 2.14 KB
build.xml 0000013466 13.2 KB
installer-2.0-1.tar.gz 0000297404 290 KB
jaxodraw-2.1-0-src.tar.gz 0003777234 3.6 MB
jaxodraw-set-default-viewers.patch 0000000735 735 Bytes
jaxodraw.appdata.xml 0000001834 1.79 KB
jaxodraw.changes 0000002012 1.96 KB
jaxodraw.spec 0000006704 6.55 KB
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