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

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Arrows, coordinates and labels

Please, consider the MWE below. \documentclass[border=3mm, tikz, preview]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[ LM/.style = ...
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Retrieving coordinates of every character in a formula

I'm writing a program that uses LaTeX to display formula's. The user must be allowed to click on different parts of the formula, and the program should know on which part the user clicked. Is there ...
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Grid and label in a coordinate with a different angle betwenn the axis

I have drawn a coordinate with an angle of 30 degrees betwenn the x- and the y- axis like this: \documentclass[border=3mm,tikz]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{arrows} \begin{document} ...
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Coordinate naming in custom Tikz package

I want to make my own Tikz library/package or just a set of commands for making hydraulic diagrams within the Tikz environment. Say I want to draw a valve like (b) with the notation for the nodes in ...
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Drawing a solid angle vector/cone in TikZ?

I would like to draw a "solid angle vector/cone" pointing in a specified direction in spherical coordinates and having a specified opening size (dσ or a in the examples below), akin to the examples ...
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How to know the coordinate for Tikz drawing? Is there a way to show the coordinates in Texmaker? Thank you

I have trouble in "estimating" the coordinates in an a0 size poster. How do I know the exact coordinate in the paper? Is there grid or ruler in Texmaker to help me? Thank you.
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Spherical shell

I'd like to draw a figure like this using Tikz, anyone can help me?
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Tikz/pgfplots problem: change x-axis counting at certain x-coordinate

In order to create a particular diagramm, I need the possibility to change the x-axis-counting at a certain x-coordinate so that x runs from 0-10 in steps by 1 and then changes at 10 put in further ...