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How can I show coordinates by grid in TikZ automatically?

I have the following TikZ code which draws a grid and shows the coordinates. To display the coordinates I am using the loop foreach. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} ...
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TikZ Grid Without Edges

I have a TikZ grid \draw[step=0.5cm,color=gray] (0,0) grid (3.5,3.5); But I'd like to draw the grid without edges, or with half of the edges cells missing, so that it appears to be a small section ...
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Tikz Polar Grid

I'm working on a Smith Chart using TikZ. Currently I'm writing it with everything scaled to a unit circle (centered on 0,0 with a radius of 1) without units. Then scaling so it's a reasonably sized ...
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Fill a grid with TikZ

How do I fill a grid in TikZ? I want to do something like: \draw[draw,fill=red!20] (0,0) grid (2,2); instead of manually drawing 4 rectangles.
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How can I create an angled grid in a 2D PGFPlots plot?

Is it possible to make PGFPlots display 45° height lines in an axis? Basically, what I am looking for is a grid defined by y=-x + k*1000, k being a natural number. My numbers are rather large, e.g. y ...
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Drawing a tree of grids

I need to draw a game tree that is similar to the image below. Is there any way to do this using the Tikz package so that the grids can simply be added as nodes?
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Missing TikZ grid borders

As in here, the code \draw[step=0.5cm,color=gray] (-1,-1) grid (1,1); gives me a nice finite 4x4 grid. But when I choose a different starting point, like \draw[step=0.5cm,color=gray] (2,2) grid ...
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Grid to facilitate positioning of objects with \put in beamer

In presentations with the beamerpackage I use \put a lot to place graphic objects like this: \newcommand{\putat}[3]{\begin{picture}(0,0)(0,0)\put(#1,#2){#3}\end{picture}} % just a shorthand ...
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Drawing hexagons

I have a case where I need to draw a hexagonal grid in LaTeX. I am considering just reading the grid from an eps file. Is there an alternative way to do it completely within LaTeX?
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How to draw triangular grid in TikZ?

Is there an easy way to draw a triangular grid in TikZ, like this?