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A Java-based GUI for drawing Feynman diagrams

JaxoDraw is a Java program for drawing Feynman diagrams. It has a complete graphical user interface that allows to carry out all actions in a mouse click-and-drag fashion. Fine-tuning of the diagrams is possible through keyboard short-cuts. Graphs may be exported to a variety of image formats, including (encapsulated) postscript, and can be saved in XML files to be used in later sessions. The main feature of JaxoDraw is the possibility of generating LaTeX code that makes use of J. Vermaseren's axodraw package to compile. In fact the main motivation for writing JaxoDraw was to create a graphical user interface for the axodraw package. In that way, we combine the power of LaTeX with the easiness of a what-you-see-is-what-you-get interface.

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