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Reference to pgfplot with margincap

I was using references to parts of a pgfplots plot, which worked perfectly. However, when I changed the document to use margincaps, this breaks: I get a warning that one reference is undefined, and ...
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How to draw legend lines in caption/text without including original plot's TikZ picture?

I would like to reference some plot lines in text/captions. It is possible by defining a label for the plot in the corresponding axis environment. However, I'm using externalization and only want to ...
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Citation in externalized pgfplots

I have a few \cite commands in my pgfplots which are not being displayed properly when externalization in on. As soon as you turn off the externalization, the references will be displayed correctly. ...
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1answer
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Hyperref does not work for legend labels inside \subbottom

When I use Hyperref package together with memoir class, and when I put a label to a PGFPlot inside a subbottom environment, and try to reference to it, an error reported: ! File ended while scanning ...
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Compiling a tikzpicture including \ref

I've been reading and gathering material from multiple sources online about what steps are required to externalize a document that contains TikZ pictures which store a reference to their legends using ...
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1answer
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How can the margin around externalized pgfplots crossrefs be set?

When using \usepgfplotslibrary{external} to externalize refs to labels in a pgfplot, the resulting .pdf looks cropped when the linewidth used for the line corresponding to the label is thick (or ...
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pgfplots externalize and references: some work, some don't

I have started using the tikz externalization library for my current project. From here I learned to use \pgfplotsset{invoke before crossref tikzpicture={\tikzexternaldisable},invoke after crossref ...
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1answer
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Use symbols with \label and \ref in custom legend

I would like to build a legend entry that refers to two simultaneous plots, because it is more intuitive to do so. I use \label and \ref to refer to the plot symbols, but they are shifted in the ...
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Legend referencing in caption *and* externalization

I am trying to make a reference to a plot inside a figure's caption while using the externalize library. The issue of plot reference using externalization has already been raised in this question. I ...
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Clash between tikz externalization and references to plots [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: pgfplots: externalization and legend referencing I am trying to implement references to plots using there legend image with pgfplots. I use the example on page 164 of ...
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1answer
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References in externalized pgfplots

I was writing on an document with a lot of pgfplots in it. Because of the memory limitation in LaTeX and in order to save some compiling time I tried out the externalize command. With most of the ...
2
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1answer
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pgfplots hand-made legend (\label + \ref) fails with custom styles

In pgfplots, when I use a custom style to plot a line, \label the line and then \ref to this plot, I am unable to get the desired result. The desired result would be to get a little line where I am ...
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Using \ref in a ylabel of a pgfplot

When I use \label and \ref to distinguish two y axes the marks drawn by \ref are no longer on the lines after rotating it together with the rest of the label (see example below). Any ideas? ...
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1answer
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pgfplots, custom legend and tikz library external

I try to create Tikz figure with several pgfplots subplots. I want to have one legend for them since they all have the same curves. I found out from this question that i can label and than reference ...
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Using reference with externalized pgfplot figure

I am currently writing a document with a lot of plots. I draw them with pgfplots. which uses a lot of ressources. To manage that, I use the externalization feature of TikZ. In the file myarticle.tex, ...