I have turned in a draft of my thesis to my committee. I’m waiting for feed-back from them. Here are some pictures that I produced for it:

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I have turned in a draft of my thesis to my committee. I’m waiting for feed-back from them. Here are some pictures that I produced for it:

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Jamie I think these drawings are pretty. You obviously worked hard to make such nice mathmatical drawings. MATH IS PRETTY!

I’m glad that someone is reading my blog and thinks that my drawings are pretty. Thank you Sunnie.

These pictures are great, much more complicated than the ones in my thesis. I realize the pride opne can get at getting good pictures in their LaTeX document. Sometimes that is even better than proving a slick lemma.

The way you got your diagrams is probably fine. But I wanted to let you know about the LaTeX packages pgf and tikz. Thats what i used for my drawings. The documentation is very extensive. here is a good site of examples of what it can do.

http://www.fauskes.net/nb/pgftikzexamples/

Thanks Landon,

At this point I won’t go back and change things, but good to know for the future! Actually for topology-type pictures Adobe Illustrator is pretty hard to beat, but I’ll have to look into this package.