{labels} is about customizing the labels of {diagrams} and mathematical constructs like {matrices}. For questions about \label or similar commands, use {cross-referencing} instead.

learn more… | top users | synonyms (1)

4
votes
1answer
47 views

How to print “string” of first or last \label{string}, in running headers and margins, dictionary-like, with KOMA class?

I need to typeset a book where sections are identified by a string, like "PLA 1", as dictated by the book's editor (the publisher calls these strings "cite-keys".) Sometimes there are a few sections ...
5
votes
0answers
161 views

Reuse an image resp. a box in TikZ but have side-effects only once

I have a huge document (a pool of exercise problems) with lots of \input statements (one file per subexercise). In order to not get lost in this mess and easily open files from the PDF, I include a ...
4
votes
0answers
37 views

how to define a label in a new environment?

I would like to define a new environment for writing exercices. Moreover, I would like to use \ref and \nameref (with hyperref package) to build a table of exercise numbers and names. I wrote the ...
4
votes
0answers
63 views

How can I 'uniquify' RefTeX label defaults?

When you create a new section within AUCTeX (using C-c C-s) and give the section a name, RefTeX will prompt you for a title, insert the section, and then prompt you for a label. This label is ...
3
votes
0answers
59 views

My boxplot draws but the coordinates are NaN when I try to label the plot

I have been slowly getting my barchart with a boxplot to come together. My current project is to label the whiskers, quartiles and median. Using examples from the manual, no label is printed. This is ...
3
votes
0answers
86 views

How to automate right node alignment for labels from table AND marker size AND marker color of scatter plot?

Problem: Labels from table are placed right, but overlap. Is there a way to automate alignment of the labels near nodes so that labels do not overlap? This is a small example but I have bigger table ...
2
votes
0answers
87 views

\cref does not work for Section in emulateapj.cls

While \cref works quite well for me, it doesn't seem to recognise section labels when used in emulateapj.cls framework. Here's an example: ...
2
votes
0answers
229 views

How should I read the current TikZ “label distance”?

I decided that I don't like the behaviour of the label functionality of TikZ. I want to get labels that are positioned using the anchor opposite the specified label angle. So for example if the label ...
1
vote
0answers
44 views

Row-wise and Column-wise break of extra wide tables, and add a proper label

There is a question "Column-wise break of extra wide tables" Column-wise break of extra wide tables and a very useful answer to it. \documentclass[twoside]{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} ...
1
vote
0answers
44 views

indexing with sed using less brittle \gls and \acs and \index commands

I'm writing a book for which I produce sections for glossaries, acronyms and index entries using the glossaries, acronym and makeidx packages on a template derived from the Springer book template. To ...
1
vote
0answers
129 views

PGFPLOTS: Insert a boxplot outside the chart axis labels, much like GNU R

I have some code that plots a horizontal barchart. What I would like to do is put a boxplot or confidence interval above my horizontal axis which is on top of the chart. GNU R (see R In Action, Robert ...
1
vote
0answers
19 views

Reftex: Problem with uppercase label environment type specification

I am using emacs 24.3.1 with auctex and reftex. Right now, I am trying to get reftex's label insertion mechanism to work with a custom environment "satz" that I defined via \newtheorem with the ...
1
vote
0answers
136 views

How do I Auto-Label Hyperref Fillable Forms \TextField?

Is there any way to put an automatic label into the hyperref package's \TextField parameters field like this: \newcounter{lexemeCounter} ...
0
votes
0answers
14 views

Labels in 3D mode don't work in Asymptote

When I create 3D asymptote graphics, labels just don't work. When I copy the code from the question in Positioning Labels in Asymptote I get the exact same plot just without the "x". Everything works ...
0
votes
0answers
52 views

tikz/gnuplot legend inside the caption

I want to add my legend inside the caption, similarly the one given in this question. But I want to use gnuplot environment as in the following MWE. Unfortunately, I am getting '??' because ...
0
votes
0answers
24 views

Put all labels on the left with showkeys

My document has a very narrow right margin and I'm using showkeys to see internal labels for equations. Is it possible to put all labels that showkeys generates on the left side? Unfortunatelly, ...
0
votes
0answers
58 views

Matlab2tikz, alignment of subplot ylabel (large distance from plot)

Matlab2tikz came to my attention in the past month and have been using the simple tutorial from HowToTeX. It has worked great so far only one issue remains, I am unable to anchor the ylabel to the ...
0
votes
0answers
26 views

Figure numbers repeat when using \numberwithin

I'm using lyx, and I found out that if I add the command \numberwithin for figures, the figure numbers get repeated! For example, figure 5.1 comes twice... and a huge confusion between figures come ...
0
votes
0answers
57 views

PDF size limit - load only labels from files

I have huge amount of figures in thesis (72 pages) but I'm limited in size of thesis.pdf to 20MB and size of appendix.pdf to 30 MB When I compiled my thesis it got 280MB, I thought that I can split ...
0
votes
0answers
96 views

Calling filename@parse inside a command definition fails

I am trying to redefine \includegraphics to both auto-label the included figure and to restrict the maximum width. The auto-labeling is done by transforming the base filename to camelcase using the ...
0
votes
0answers
75 views

How do I label and reference an Inkscape file using \input?

I have written the following code in TexShop: \begin{figure}[h] \begin{center} \def\svgwidth{\columnwidth} \input{<nameoffile>.pdf_tex} \caption{figure 1} \label{fig:no1} \end{center} ...