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Drawing Feynman diagrams

  1. Feb 29, 2004 #1
    I'm seeking for a software, witch will alow me to easily draw Feynman diagrams.
    I have currently found:

    FeynMF: LaTeX package. Not very nice to use, but good quality diagrams
    FeynmanDraw: Very primitive WIN software. Not fine diagrams.
    FeynDiagram: C++ source for drawing. Complicated and not so fine diagrams.

    Meanwhile the best is FeynMF, althouth it is NOT a WIN application.

    Isn't it any good WIN application for frawing fine Feynman diagrams ?

    (Please, do not mention Photoshop, Paintshop and etc.)
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  3. Feb 29, 2004 #2


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    I did a search and couldn't find anything better.

    I know you said no photoshop, etc, but...

    You could render the components in FeynMF and trace over the image with diagram software like Dia for linux or Visio for Windows (or even photoshop) to create a template for each piece. Then use the snap feature in these software packages to connect the pieces like a puzzle.
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