The CSV tag concerns text-based files containing tabular material using commas as a separator.

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How to plot data from a CSV file using tikz and csvsimple?

Here is a minimal example : \begin{filecontents*}{data.csv} a,b,c,d 1,4,5,1 2,3,1,5 3,5,6,1 4,1,4,9 5,3,4,7 \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Combine columns of a csv

I'm attempting to use \pgfplotstabletypeset but with no luck. I have a CSV file like the following: Name, Age, stDev Adam, 15, 3 When I output in this into my PDF, I would like the last two columns ...
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How can I plot bigger amounts of data?

I am currently playing around with hailstone sequences (collatz numbers). I would like to create a plot like this (from Wikipedia): But I don't know how this kind of plot is called (it's neither a ...
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Importing csv file into latex as a table

I am using the \csvautotabular function to import data from a csv file. It has worked beautifully; however, I only want to import certain columns from the file. How can I exclude certain columns? ...
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pgfplots: how to load distinct symbolic ticks/labels from file?

I want to plot a matrix of color-values from a csv file. Inspired by this website, I set out to write my MWE below, to which I added this way of dynamically loading symbolic ticks/labels from my data ...
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Huge table/matrix with colored boxes

I have a huge CSV file with about 25.5k records that (structurally) looks like the sample below. In essence, I want to display the values of the columns U,V,W,X,Y,Z of each row as a colored box. The ...
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Are there tools for importing from CSV to BibTeX?

I'm seeking a way to get my books database, stored on Goodreads, into BibTeX form. As near as I can tell, Goodreads provides no support for this directly, but does provide for CSV export (on the ...
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How to compute an histogram (plot bars) binning the values from a .csv using TeX?

I've a .csv with a column of acquired measures. I would like to make the histogram bins using TeX from the measures distribution so I have to create the bins first. I haven't found any reference to ...
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Creating a table from CSV file with strings?

I want to create a table from a CSV file in LaTex. I am able to do it with numbers here but creating table for strings such as abbrevions does not work. What is the problem? MVE This example ...
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read strings from csv file for usage as figure meta data

I got the following problem, I use pgfplots(table) to generate plots and tables in my latex document from generated data. I would like to read additional information from a metadata file. The reason ...
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How to create a large table with Pgfplots and string entries?

I tried to hack this here for a larger case but it is firing errors. What is causing the too many columns error and is Pgfplots ideal for this kind of table generation? Goal: table that I am trying ...
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How can CSV files be put into LaTeX without having to adjust much?

I would like to have a TeX-Snippet that takes a filename as an argument and outputs a table with toprule and bottomrule: \begin{tabular}{lrr} \toprule Fach & Dauer & Einkommen\\ ...
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Bar chart from CSV file with adjustable bar width

I have a CSV file with approximately 1500 records that I would like to plot using something like a bar chart, but I don't know where to start at all. Each record contains a width and a height, which ...
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Combining invoice and datatool to create serial invoices

I want to generate invoices based on a CSV table. My approach looks like this: \documentclass{letter} \usepackage{invoice} \usepackage{datatool} \address{ABC AG \\ Nonamestreet 4 \\ 1100 ...
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Reading and (custom) formatting a CSV (not \csvautotabular)

Suppose I have a really long, really boring list of data in - let's say CSV, but converting to other formats is an option, when this can be done automatically - and I want to prepare a section in my ...