2
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1answer
149 views

Matplotlib's PGF vs Matplotlib2Tikz

I want to generate some plots to be integrated into a LaTeX document compiled with pdflatex. I also want the plot font (legend, title ...) to follow the settings of the LaTeX document. My search so ...
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votes
1answer
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How can I import and scale matplotlib plots, keeping fonts the correct size?

I'm working on several pieces of coursework involving lots of plots generated with matplotlib in python scripts. Currently I'm doing this with an iterative process where I set a plot size in the ...
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How to incorporate and scale matplotlib plots in latex using the PGF backend?

I am using the pgf backend of matplotlib to generate pgf files which I want to put into my latex document using tikzscale to be able to resize them easily. Example python code: #!/usr/bin/env python ...
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1answer
390 views

Matplotlib PGF images in subdirectory

I have a two-dimensional image plotted by Matplotlib using the PGF backend. It is stored in the figures subdirectory (since I have a lot of images and don't want to clutter up the main folder). As an ...
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0answers
458 views

Externalize pgfpicture [closed]

When I do \tikzexternalize \tikzsetfigurename{foo} \begin{tikzpicture} ... \end{tikzpicture} and compile my LaTeX file with pdflatex --shell-escape, a file foo0.pdf is created the first time and ...
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0answers
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Vector image (pdf) in TikZ node alters appearance [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Tikz changes included graphics I include my pdf vector plots (created with matplotlib) in nodes belonging to a TikZ matrix for positioning (e.g. see TikZ: Image Matrix - ...
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Generate plot with embedded tools useable externally

I use a both latex and M$ Word for my technical reports, depending on the person I have to deliver it. To generate my plot, I love using the tikz2pdf script given by Hans Meine but as far as it ...
2
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1answer
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Trying to import a tikz figure generated by matplotlib2tikz, getting dimension too large for y-axis [closed]

I'm trying to use a graph exported by matplotlib2tikz, with the following code in it: \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{axis}[ ylabel={CF [\%]}, xmin=0.5, xmax=7.5, ymin=0.096, ymax=0.144, axis on top, ...