# Anyone have a FeynArts model file for N=4 sYM?

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Hi all,

I'd like to print out a large-ish number of sample diagrams in N=4 super Yang-Mills. (Enough to look intimidating on a slide, anyway.) So far, the best program I've found to generate and print diagrams given a theory is FeynArts, with the snag that one has to create a model file for the theory of interest. Since this seems like the sort of problem someone may have had before, I thought I'd ask if anyone has already done the legwork and put together a .mod file for N=4 sYM, so that I could potentially avoid reinventing the wheel.

asked Apr 23, 2014
recategorized Apr 24, 2014

Hi 4gravitons, welcome to PhysicsOverflow!

I have recategorised your post under "Computational Physics". If I am wrong, you may revert my edit.

That's fine. It's more of a visualization question, really. We don't have a category for that, but there probably aren't enough posts on the topic to warrant one yet. I could see it being a thing at some point though, for questions like "how does everyone get those neat plots?"

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