Posts Tagged ‘diagram’

Power crosses are useful diagrams for doing lens power calculations in optics. Drawing the power crosses in LaTeX can be tedious, especially if you need to draw multiple power crosses in the same document. The code below creates a new command, \powercross{front@90}{front@180}{back@90}{back@180}, which will draw the power crosses for you and calculate the final lens […]

There are a number of software packages available for creating chemistry diagrams in LaTeX. One of those packages is ChemFig. ChemFig is a powerful package, with many features which aren’t available in other packages. The syntax is fairly easy to follow once you understand the structure, but going in blind can be a bit daunting. […]