{coordinates} is about using coordinates in {diagrams}.

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How to use trigonometric functions in tikz coordinates [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Problems with TikZ calculations I am trying to get the following arrows to get lengths defined by a trigonometric function, in this case cos. This was my attempt, but it ...
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Problems with TikZ calculations

When can I use functions and do calculations in TikZ? How do I make this work: \draw (0,0) arc(0:90:sqrt(15)); %not ok why is this working: \draw (0,0) arc(0:asin(1):5); %ok with ...
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How can I express half the distance between two nodes?

I want to draw a line from node A half-way to node B in TiKZ. How can I find express the end point?
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With TikZ, How do I use a labeled coordinate that's inside a node?

In the following diagram, I'm trying to draw a line from the center of the red dot (inside the blue node) to the green node. The coordinate of the red dot is labeled "thepoint", so this should be ...
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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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Generalised: Accessing the logic values of a TikZ coordinate

In another question concerning Access to logic coordinates on Accessing the logic values of a TikZ coordinate I used these functions, until I came to a scaled tikzpicture and then it was off. I now ...
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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 ...
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How to make a textbox with this TikZ code ?

I made this with TikZ : \usetikzlibrary{calc} \def\banlen{3} \xdefinecolor{mycolor}{RGB}{62,96,111} % Neutral Blue \def\bancolor{mycolor} \begin{tikzpicture} \draw (0.25,0.25) rectangle (5,-2); % ...
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Referring to tikzpicture center

How I can refer to the current or some other tikzpicture's center? Is there anything like (current picture.center) or (previous picture.center)? I'm asking about straight solutions, not requiring to ...
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Transforming coordinates, so (0,0) from tikzpicture is put in the desired place of the page

In tikz I can perform absolute positioning, e.g. (current page.center), but how I can specify/transform the coordinates, so (0,0) within tikzpicture will end in well-defined place like center of the ...
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Using a macro for the coordinate in \coordinate

It seems that the two lines in the following code are not equivalent: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \def\coord{(0,0)} \begin{document} % \tikz \coordinate at \coord; \tikz ...
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Accessing the logic values of a TikZ coordinate

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 ...