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How to place arrows with captions pointing precisely to details inside of a picture? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Drawing on an image with TikZ How to create magnified subfigures and corresponding boxes for portions of a large image I am a beginner in Latex, trying to use it for ...
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Draw over mutliple subfigures [duplicate]

I currently try to document a project where a lot of image processing goes on. The problem is, that often tiny details are important to show, but also the reference in the bigger picture is required. ...
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Drawing on an image with TikZ

Recently I have learned how to draw simple stuff with TikZ. I really like it. Now I wonder if it is possible to draw with TikZ on a image. Instead of pasting a image in Illustrator and adding some ...
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Magnifying part of a picture similar to TikZ spy library

Suppose I have a .png or .jpg file. Let's say this one: I would like to zoom in on the tip of Tux's beak. TikZ for example provides a very nice library that allows for zooming with a spyglass like ...
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How to define a macro to create a new macro with a name passed as its argument?

I want to define a macro \create that accept a single mandatory argument from which another new macro is created and named. The following code snippet may speak clearer what I want to achieve. But ...
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How to zoom a portion of TiKZ picture?

I want to draw a small rectangle within a tikz picture, then zoom it out somewhere. I skim through the PGF manual but I couldn't find a way to put the logic together. So far I've just drawn the ...
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Zooming on a data set in a picture (magnifying glass)

In my TeX document I would like to add a picture and in addition, zooming on a small part of the picture (e.g. inset in TeX or spy in TikZ). My question, I have a histogram 2D (f(x,y) = z) date which ...
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Reducing the REAL size of an image (compressing) when using \includegraphics

I know when downscaling images we can just use the scale option. But as far as I know, this doesn't change the size of the overall output (let's say the PDF file). \begin{figure} \centering ...
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Alignment and scaling of nested subfigures

Update: Read this first I originally asked this question to find out how I would show a large image with magnified portions of the same image next to it. I was doing this by manually cropping copies ...
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Where can I find the TikZ spy package

Where can I find the TikZ spy package? I found a great article here: How to create magnified subfigures and corresponding boxes for portions of a large image Even with Google and StackExchange search ...
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Why cannot XeLaTeX clip my PSTricks graph plot correctly?

The following screenshot produced by latex-dvips-ps2pdf and the clipping is well done. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{pstricks,pst-func} \newpsstyle{gridstyle} { ...
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Multiply defined label warnings when using Subcaption in a Tikz picture

In an earlier question, I asked how to create zoomed highlights of a larger image automatically. User Jake provided an excellent solution using TikZ. However, when subcaptions and hyperref are added ...
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ps2pdf -dEPSCrop stops short with pstricks \uput

Basically ps2pdf -dEPSCrop doesn't crop to the full extent specified and stops at some mysterious point. I'm trying to trim the white space on the left of the image but -dEPSCrop stops short ...
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Is it possible to adjust natively the size of the PDF file during compilation with pdflatex?

I am a beginner in LaTeX, tentatively using it for industrial documents. I am working on a laboratory report containing little text and a large number of pictures. I prefer to leave the pictures at ...

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