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Is there a place where I can create posts where I can test out MathJax / $\LaTeX$ support? I've seen this Q/A on how to use MathJax / $\LaTeX$ but I would like to experiment with it and have others get information or provide insights on my attempts.

Note that answers don't have titles, but you can use small $\TeX$ formulas in titles as well. Try and use them sparingly though, as $\TeX$ will slow down rendering of question titles.

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Yes, you can create any answer here, where it is out of the way and visible only to other persons that are interested in using $\LaTeX$!

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  • $\begingroup$ Sounds like a good idea to post useful snippets :D $\endgroup$ – Lery Nov 27 '20 at 17:04
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Using TikZ to do crypto graphics

Here the reference is obviously the very useful website TikZ for Cryptographers, which provides many examples that can then be adapted and contributed back to the website in order to do nice graphics.

Some of my favorite includes the ones I used in this Garbled Circuit answer:

The permute-and-point trick

Or the F function of DES: enter image description here

Or this nice Elliptic Curve which is finally in a ring of integers modulo $\mathbb{Z}_{89}$ versus the usual representation in $\mathbb{R}$

enter image description here

Notice that in order to use TikZ here, you'll sadly have to download $\LaTeX$ on your computer (or use an online $\LaTeX$ editor that supports TikZ) and run it to produce a PNG image in order to then upload the resulting PNG into your SE answer, since TikZ is not supported on the web version of latex.

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