{\LaTeX\ and graphics}
{Aleksandra Hankus and Zofia Walczak}
{There are an number of distinct ways of producing graphics each with
advantages and disadvantages in terms of flexibility, device
independence and ability to include arbitrary \TeX\ text. We will
present a short history of creating graphics starting with the
\textit{picture} environment provided by L. Lamport with the
\LaTeX\,2.09 format.
We will show examples of diagrams, charts, chemical formulas, musical
notation and more complicated three-dimensional graphics. We also show
how complex graphics can be produced with \TikZ.}