8
votes
3answers
190 views

Two backgrounds in a graph

How can I set two different backgrounds in a graph using pgfplots? In my case, I need a colored background for x<5 and a different background for x>5.
1
vote
0answers
145 views

Shade background in pgfplots [closed]

I am using pgfplots package. I tried to use shade axis background. It is working in the .dvi output... But I don't see the shade when I convert it into pdf. Can anybody tell me the reason? I use ...
7
votes
1answer
375 views

background for pgfplots and other tikz constructs

The answer to ybar stacked interferes with tikz background raises further questions I solved some of them. With the background commented out the MWE below produces this image: With the background ...
4
votes
1answer
136 views

ybar stacked interferes with tikz background

When I compile the following code with ybar stacked option and the request for newsprint background the compiler tells me ! Extra }, or forgotten \endgroup. \endpgfonlayer ->\endgroup \hss \egroup ...
4
votes
1answer
333 views

Combine pgfplots on common background

This image is two tikzpictures side by side, each with a newsprint background (thanks to Background image for pgfplots chart). I want them combined, so they appear on the same torn sheet of ...
8
votes
1answer
780 views

Background image for pgfplots chart

Following up on the answer to proper tool for charts in tex I've built this picture to simulate/replace a scanned image from a newspaper: I've tried several ways to put the background newsprint ...
8
votes
2answers
529 views

Background color in pgfplots that extends beyond the axis of the plot

I am interested in adding a background-color to my pgfplots plot that extends beyond the axis of the plot. See the image bellow for clarification; I am interested in adding a background color such as ...
2
votes
1answer
982 views

pgfplots and backgrounds library

When I use framed option from backgrounds tikz library for axis environment, this example works ok: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{pgfplots} ...