The LaTeX package genealogytree - version 2.2.0 (2022/03/17)
Copyright (c) 2013-2022 by Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas F. Sturm <thomas dot sturm at unibw dot de>
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Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams are proven tools to visualize genetic and relational connections between individuals. The naming for mathematical tree structures with parent nodes and child nodes is traded from historical family diagrams. However, even the smallest family entity consisting of two parents and several children is no mathematical tree but a more general graph. The
genealogytree packages provides a set of tools to typeset such genealogical trees or, more precisely, to typeset a set of special graphs for the description of family-like structures. The package uses an autolayout algorithm which can be customized to e.g. prioritize certain paths.
Contents of the package
CHANGES.mdlog of changes (history)
genealogytree.styLaTeX package file (style file)
*.code.texLaTeX package file (library of genealogytree)
genealogytree.pdfDocumentation for genealogytree
genealogytree-example-*.pdfExample pedigree charts
genealogytree-languages.pdfShort language survey
genealogytree.doc.sources.zipSource code of the documentation
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genealogytree – Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams
Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams are proven tools to visualize genetic and relational connections between individuals. The naming (“tree”) derives from historical family diagrams. However, even the smallest family entity consisting of two parents and several children is hardly a ‘mathematical’ tree — it is a more general graph.
The package provides a set of tools to typeset genealogical trees (i.e., to typeset a set of special graphs for the description of family-like structures). The package uses an autolayout algorithm which can be customized, e.g., to prioritize certain paths.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2013–2022 Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas F. Sturm|
|Maintainer||Thomas F. Sturm|
|Contained in||TeX Live as genealogytree|
MiKTeX as genealogytree