# Category Archives: LaTeX

## Mathpix Snip

I came across this amazing tool that can convert images of math equations into LaTeX format. The tool can be found at https://mathpix.com/. I’ve tried on a number of texts including some not so clear and it does a fantastic … Continue reading

A summer student working in my lab, Ming Hong Lui from Hong Kong University (HKUST), worked on the perturbation analysis of signaling cascades and in his writeup he use TikZ to draw a nice cascade diagram which I present here. … Continue reading

## Another Inhibition Pathway Diagram using TikZ

Here is another pathway diagram I needed to draw using TikZ. IN this case I needed an inhibited step. This was more tricky because I needed the inhibition line to point midway to a reaction but without touching the reaction … Continue reading

## Drawing a Pathway Fragment with Inhibition using Tikz

Here is another quick pathway fragment I needed today. This won’t scale well because I’ve used some fixed dimensions eg the width of the lines and the size of the text. But these are easily adjusted if you want to … Continue reading

## Drawing a ‘Futile’ Cycle using Tikz

I was in need of a diagram of a futile cycle. I tried illustator but I didn’t have the right LaTeX fonts so the figure did blend well with the rest of the document. I decided to make one using … Continue reading

## Tikz Code for Drawing Metabolic Feedback Loops

I needed some figures that displayed a variety of different negative feedback loops so I created these using Tikz. Nothing particularly special. There are some absolute distances in the code which perhaps could be removed to make it more generic. … Continue reading

## PGF 3.0.0 is now Available

To those of use who use PGF and related packages, version 3.0.0 has just been released on CTAN. I include below a summary of the changes I retrieved from the sourceforge site. The manual for PGF 3.0.0 can be obtained … Continue reading

## Converting Excel Tables to LaTeX Tables

Today I had the problem of converting an Excel table of values into a LaTeX table. I could have done it by hand but the table had over 400 entries so that would have been a bit tedious. Instead I … Continue reading