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tikz-palattice – Draw particle accelerator lattices with TikZ

This pack­age al­lows for draw­ing a map of a par­ti­cle ac­cel­er­a­tor just by giv­ing a list of el­e­ments — sim­i­lar to lat­tice files for sim­u­la­tion soft­ware. The pack­age in­cludes 12 com­mon el­e­ment types like dipoles, quadrupoles, cav­i­ties, or screens, as well as au­to­matic la­bels with el­e­ment names, a leg­end, a rule, and an en­vi­ron­ment to fade out parts of the ac­cel­er­a­tor.

The co­or­di­nate of any el­e­ment can be saved and used for cus­tom TikZ draw­ings or an­no­ta­tions. Thereby, lat­tices can be con­nected to draw in­jec­tion/ex­trac­tion or even a com­plete ac­cel­er­a­tor fa­cil­ity.

Sources /graphics/pgf/contrib/tikz-palattice
Ver­sion 2.3 2017-03-09
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right 2015–2017 Jan Sch­midt
Main­tainer Jan Sch­midt
Con­tained in TeX Live as tikz-palat­tice
MiKTeX as tikz-palat­tice
Topics pack­age uses PGF-TikZ

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