Is there a way to position a node in terms of left/right coordinates of bounding rectangle? It appears to me that I can only specify center position.
I want to plot some graphs in pgfplots and want to place nodes on the exact same x coordinate of the plot. The position of the note has to be set in x direction but free in y direction. Here is one ...
What is the difference between \node and \coordinate in TikZ? Exchanging them does no visual effect in my (to be honest: still simple) pictures. When to use what?
I've represented an IC circuit using circuitikz, but it's a bit too rough to what I prefer. In particular I would like to use relative coordinates in this case and connect them to the ``IC device'' so ...
I am trying to draw a dimensioned line, <---- 2 cm ---- > in the x, and y directions on a circuit diagram. Using absolute coordinates, there is no problem. However, the display is faulty using ...
In TikZ accessing the coordinate values of a node can be done using the let syntax of the calc library or using the PGF command \pgfpointanchor. However, this values are dimensions/lengths in points ...