Economist/Game-Theorist, Assoc. Prof. at UNC-Chapel Hill.
I love TikZ's intuitive and human-like language constructs we see in style definitions: ultra thick, above left of, etc... I'm trying to learn TeX and PGF to be be able to create libraries (or perhaps fancy macros) that can be used to display games (matrix or sequential).
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