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Specify x and y in different coordinate systems in pgfplots similar to gnuplot

In gnuplot you can specify positions in several coordinate systems: First, Second, Graph, Screen, Character. What are the equivalents in pgfplots? I know the following: First : axis cs: Second : ...
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Placing node at path using `midway` in pgfplots

I thought my problem would have been possibly answered anywhere here, but I could not get it to work. Questions I consider linked to mine but which weren´t able to solve my issue are node placement ...
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How to prepare coordinates for 3D surface plot using pgfplots

I'm trying to plot a Pareto front on 3 dimensions, using pgfplots. However, although I expect a nice surface to appear (since it is a Pareto front), pgfplots does not produce the result I want (yet). ...
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Apply shift to (current axis.left of origin)

I was trying to improve the solution at Drawing lines in a plot and give them a label? by using Jake's answer at How to access \xmin, \xmax, \ymin, \ymax from within PGFplots axis environment. So, ...
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how to add annotation to ybar pgfplots with symbolic x coords

I would like to add an annotation, or better, an arrow to a particular ybar in a plot, but I am struggling with the symbolic x data. I've used \pgfplotsinvokeforeach to read in variable data, and so ...
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How can I draw with coordinates of intersection in pgfplots?

When using pgfplots, the command \pgfgetlastxy works well without axis environment and with axis environment set as default. But it is hard getting the correct coordinate of intersecting, when ...
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Labeling node values on the axes

I want to draw some curves and some special coordinates on the curves, then label the nodes on the axes. So far I have done it manually like this (it's a diagram for the Markowitz risk premium in case ...
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How can I do an affine coordinate transformation in pgfplots?

It is possible to perform a general affine coordinate transformation in TikZ by combining the shift, x, and y keys (or just the generalized cm key to set the coordinate matrix and shift). This allows ...
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How to reference an axis label, e.g. xlabel

I'm new to that forum but it already helped a lot, thanks for this! But now I really got stuck. Basically I'm looking for a possiblity to reference the xlabel of an axis in a TikZ picture. The ...
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pgfplots - Placing Nodes on x Coordinates of a Plot

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 ...
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Tikz - Using calculated coordinates inside the plot function [closed]

I'm wondering if its possible to use calculated coordinates inside the function plot, somehow like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{calc, positioning} ...
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Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots

I want to include an external graphics with pgfplots. I tried to follow the instructions of the manual (p45 et seq.) as carefully as possible. But the result is hoorible as hell. Here is the code I ...
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Box plots with symbolic x coords

I'd like to use box plots with pgfplots. As an additional feature, I'd want my x coordinates to be symbolic. Currently, only the last line from the file data/gp.dat is plotted. It works fine, if I use ...
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Transforming “rel axis cs” to absolute coordinates?

I've got two plots arranged vertically using \matrix. I'd like to draw a vertical line, that spans over both plots with a margin of 1cm at the top and at the bottom. The starting point of the line ...
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Pgfplots: How to get the data to be shown by hours instead of days? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: pgfplot: Datafile format for datetime field The solution to the following problem is probably very straightforward, but I've yet to find the right solution. I'm trying ...
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use the coordinates of an axis tip with pgf plot

here's a drawing I just made (the sine function are replaced by external datas) \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usepackage{tikz} ...
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More: Generalised: Accessing the logic values of a TikZ coordinate

This is a follow-up question to: Generalised: Accessing the logic values of a TikZ coordinate. In that question a PGFplot answer was suggested by jake. I took that answer and modified it to the ...
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Equivalent of \providecoordinate?

I am looking for something that is the equivalent of \providecoordinate in TikZ/PGFplots. This would be easy if I knew how to test if a coordinate is already defined. There are similar questions ...