course prerequisite chart editor for LaTeX/TikZ
Descriptionprerex is an editor for creating esthetically pleasing course prerequisite charts using the TikZ LaTeX package. The editor supports add, remove, cut-and-paste, and edit operations on diagram elements, and shifts of a list of specified elements or the entire diagram. The edited diagram may be saved, re-processed, and viewed in a PDF viewer, without exiting the editor. Course prerequisite charts allow students to easily determine which prerequisites, corequisites and recommended prerequisites they need for a given course and their time slots. Course prerequisite charts also highlight the courses required by a degree. prerex is used by departments in several universities, including Queen's University and Suffolk University.
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