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Announcement posted too soon: istgame

Date: September 26, 2017 9:13:08 PM CEST
Sorry, the following announcement should have been posted 24 hours later. So please wait a day before going to look for this new package on your local CTAN mirror. Sorry for the inconvenience. Petra from the CTAN team On Tuesday 26 September 2017 at 21:03:16 +0200 Petra Ruebe-Pugliese <petra at ctan.org> wrote: > In-Sung Cho submitted the > > istgame > > package. > > Version: 1.0 2017-09-04 > License: lppl1.3c > > Summary description: Drawing Game Trees with TikZ > > Announcement text: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > The package istgame provides latex macros, based on TikZ, to draw > extensive game trees. > > A whole game tree can be completed by connecting a simple tree structure, > like drawing a game tree with a pencil on paper. > If you have used the tikzpicture environment you can easily use this package. > > Features: you can control > ‐ node types, branch styles > ‐ information set style > ‐ positions for owner, payoffs, action labels > ‐ continuum of branches > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at > https://ctan.org/pkg/istgame > > The package’s files themselves can be inspected at > http://mirror.ctan.org/graphics/pgf/contrib/istgame/ > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > Thanks for the upload. > > For the CTAN Team > Petra Rübe-Pugliese > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > We are supported by the TeX users groups. > Please join a users group; see https://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .

istgame – Draw Game Trees with TikZ

This package provides macros based on TikZ to draw a game tree. The main idea underlying its core macros is the completion of a whole tree by using a sequence of simple ‘parent-child’ tree structures, with no longer nested relations involved (like the use of ‘grandchildren’ or ‘great-grandchildren’).

Using this package you can draw a game tree as easily as drawing a game tree with pen and paper.

This package depends on expl3, TikZ, and xparse.

The ‘ist’ prefix stands for “it’s a simple tree” or “In-Sung’s simple tree.”

Version2.1 2022-03-22
Copyright2015–2019 In-Sung Cho
MaintainerIn-Sung Cho



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