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Sept. 21, 2022, 2:19 p.m. | /u/billjames1685

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Hey guys,

I'm finishing up a paper to submit to ICLR next week and I was wondering what tools y'all use to draw fancy diagrams. What I am trying to draw is an illustration of a gradient-based reinforcement learning method - particularly, the movement of an agent through a black box search space via gradients. I used MS Paint before but that isn't fancy/pretty enough. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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