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6:37 AM
@HendrikVogt Of course! Otherwise it would spell "MATHZ". That's the American spelling of "MATHS" so, as an Englishman (though one who's a bit disappointed in his country's idea of "democracy" right now), I felt it my patriotic duty to invert the snake.
 
7:04 AM
@AndrewStacey Oh, I didn't get the MATHS - nice idea! But I still don't see the "H" ...
 
@HendrikVogt Yes, I wasn't too happy with the H myself; I think it's the weakest one (even taking into account the fact that I had to invert the snake and the Dynkin diagram). It's the graph of x^2 - y^2 viewed from an angle to make it look a bit H-ish. If you have a better suggestion, let me know!
 
7:26 AM
Couldn't help but remember the H-tree.
 
 
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8:49 AM
@AndreyVihrov What an excellent idea!
I guess that technically I need someone to ask how to do that on the main site before I can include it in my image; though I guess that the original H didn't come from a specific question.
 
9:25 AM
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7:37 PM
Fortunately, this time I don't have to prompt someone to ask a question just so that I can post my code somewhere! It's a bit of a stretch, but I squeezed the code for the Htree in to an answer on binary trees (well, it is binary!).
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A: How to automatically draw a graph in LaTeX

Andrew StaceyThis is more "proof of concept" than a fully working example; the point of it is as follows. Firstly, to show how to build up a tree recursively using a \foreach loop. Secondly, it uses the tree stuff already in TikZ. Thirdly, someone just mentioned the Htree to me and in figuring out how to d...

 

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