6
votes
1answer
70 views

Adding arrows on 3D curves in Asymptote

I am trying to plot (1D) trajectories in 3D with Asymptote (because I am also plotting surfaces with opacity and do not want to use hacks for hidden surfaces). Each curve is defined by points in an ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Tikz: increase arrow head size

Given the Tikz example here http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/double-arrows/ how do I increase the size of the arrow head? I'd like to make it way bigger but, after manipulating the code, I was ...
4
votes
1answer
185 views

Curved Paths as Callouts

I often want to add what I call "callout arrows" to draw attention to some part of a technical graphic, such as the two curved paths with arrows below: Although I have used TikZ only a few times, ...
4
votes
1answer
2k views

TikZ: remove margin, padding, border around nodes containing images

I want to create a simple figure where images are connected with arrows. Here is what I did: \begin{tikzpicture} \node[](A) {\includegraphics[width=0.2\textwidth]{a}}; \node[right=1mm of A](B) ...
11
votes
1answer
293 views

Use images for drawing an arrow

Is it possible to draw arrows (preferential with TikZ) with two images: One for the line and one for the tip? I would like to realize something like this:
9
votes
3answers
305 views

Inserting an image properly in a table

I'd like to insert those lines that from "Foo" point to the four different rows in the table. I've tries inserting an image but it doesn't come out right (please ignore the bad quality of the ...
5
votes
2answers
3k views

Successive display of animations in a beamer/tikz environment

i made a simple animated graphic in a tikz/beamer environment. the problem is that when i click on one of the slides, all animations begin to move. what i am looking for is that on slide 2 S begins to ...
13
votes
2answers
1k views

Two-Headed Arrow Over Formula

I have a quantified formula. I want to show what happens when the order of quantifiers is reversed. To do this, I like to use a two-headed arrow over the formula, like this: Is it possible? I don't ...