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endfloat leaves space even when marker text off

I am using endfloat to process all my tables at the end of my document. I am also using the option to suppress in-text markers. However, endfloat still seems to insert a space where the marker would ...
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Make a float “between” parts

Well say I have a float (figure/table) - how can I make it so this float is always before a certain piece of text (and always after another). If the float would switch to the page the next it should ...
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How do I keep one figure in its place and move the rest to the end?

I am working on my thesis with many chapters. In one of it, I use a lot of figure and table. I have been able to use endfloat to send all of the figure and table. However, other chapter has only one ...
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An alternative way to align figure and table in \subfloat

So I realise this has been asked/alluded to a couple of times previously as in: Figure and table side-by-side in subfloats Table and Figure side-by-side with Table caption above, Figure caption ...
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Place a table on a new landscape page in a two column paper

Very related to this question and some of the comments therein, I need to insert a landscape page for a wide table, in a two column document. As suggested there, I have tried to use \afterpage{% ...
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forcing certain figure environments to be on top of page globally? [duplicate]

There are certain environments, such as the figure environment and environments that I defined myself that I want to force to appear (by default) on the top of a page, in a global way (instead of ...
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Constrain a float to be positioned on right page only?

How can I constrain a float to be positioned only on a new right (recto) page and never on a verso page? I'd like behaviour similar to \begin{figure}[p] But as if there were a positioning option ...
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Float after paragraph on the same page

I always put my float environments at the end of the paragraph where it was first referenced. But I have a problem when the paragraph is split over two pages (beginning at the bottom of the first ...
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How to pass figure position to keyval macro?

I want to wrap a macro around figure-env to make my document more readable. Here is minimal example of how it is now: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{keyval} \makeatletter ...
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1answer
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Landscape table in multicol-environment

I am facing a very weird problem; see the output: I am trying to get my table in the landscape mode within a two-column layout. Therefor the package "multicol" is used. The table does not appear on ...
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1answer
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How to add a one-column figure with caption after title and before abstract in a two-column document?

I'm trying to add a teaser (figure) after title and before the abstract section in a document with acm_proc_article-sp class but no luck! Tried to use the following solution by David Carlisle, but ...
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1answer
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Figure at the bottom of same page as another item

I'm writing up lecture notes which include quick questions for the reader, together with upside-down answers at the bottom of the page. The code I'm currently using for this has basically the ...
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Tables and figures at the end of each chapter

Right now I have all my figures and tables at the end of my dissertation. To do this I'm using this: \usepackage[nomarkers]{endfloat} \renewcommand{\efloatseparator}{\mbox{}} ...
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Scheduling a float to appear on a specific, later page?

Consider the following MWE - let's say it's called test.tex: \batchmode % \ifx\article\undefined % \documentclass[12pt,journal,onecolumn,twoside,draftcls,letterpaper]{IEEEtran} % \else % ...
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Is there a value for \textfraction (and totalnumber, floatpagefraction) that I should avoid getting close to?

Initially I wanted to open a question: How to get (more) text on a page with large floats? But of course the topic at hand has been covered way more many times than google can list on one page. ...
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Latex figure, default option [h]? [duplicate]

It seems that the figures in my document are positioned at the top of the page by default. Is it possible to change that default behaviour to [h]? (without adding [h] to all the figures) Thanks in ...
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Keep float out of a environment (for example definitions)

I knew that floats float around and sometimes are placed far away from where one wants them to be. With the times I learned to work with it, and there are already many posts about it. I have a kind ...
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How to put a float *right here* if possible, or at the top of the next page if it is not possible?

Using the float package, I can use the H specifier and position a float exactly where I want it. For example, \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{float} ...
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Absolute positioning of an image without overlaying the text

The following will position an image at the specified page coordinates. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage[demo]{graphicx} \usepackage[absolute,overlay]{textpos} ...
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references to floats without ever using figure numbers (possbily using lua or python)

Stephen Wolfram's 'A New Kind of Science' states in its colophon that it has 973 illustrations spread out over 1280 pages. Remarkably, he accomplishes this without ever using figure numbers. No figure ...
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2 images described in two sections , but they appears in same section [duplicate]

I have two images . One of them is to be shown in section 4.1 and another is to shown in section 4.2 . For this purpose , I have the following code . \section{Linear Algebra} A hyper-plane ...
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Vertically center two side by side figures, leaving captions on the same line

I would like to place two independent figures (no subfigures) besides each other. Each figure should have its own caption. This approach uses two minipages inside a figure environment and is nearly ...
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Figure position at bottom, when there is already one on top

I am working on a LaTeX paper, using RevTex 4.1 and the package graphicx and compiling with pdfTeX 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (TeX Live 2013). When I include figures in my document, they will ...
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Figure placed on a separate page is centered and not on top

I have multiple figures placed in my document (all of which are using [htbp], [ht] etc. and are placed correctly). The last figure receives a separate page (which is alright) but it's centered on this ...
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1answer
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Figure positioning correction

I am finding incredibly tough to align a one particular figure in my report. Somehow this figure gets automatically positioned in the extreme right position.Here is my code for the same. Could anyone ...
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Two-columns wide figure at the bottom of a page with Revtex

The problem is simple: how to place a two-columns wide figure at the bottom of a page with the revtex document class? For those unfamiliar with revtex, it is a two-column style guide used by a number ...
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Two figures with side captions next to one another

I currently have the following figure placed at the bottom of my page: \begin{SCfigure}[][h] \centering \caption{Georg Kantor (1845--1918)} ...
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Placement of figures at the end of document [closed]

I want to place all the figures at the end of the document in nature.cls can some one help me in this renewenvironmentfigureletcaptionnatfigcaption newcommandnatfigcaption2 atenddocument ...
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Tables and Figures towards the end

I'm submitting a manuscript and the editing team asked for the following two changes: 2) Please remove the figures from the main text file as they are already uploaded separately in the Figures ...
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Figures won't stay where they should using LaTex [duplicate]

I'm using TeXnic Center, but I'm having an issue with getting my figures where I want them. I've used [h!] etc but when I write something else it will put it before and partially after my figures, ...
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1answer
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How to make a non-float subfigure environment? [duplicate]

I am writing a document class report that has a maximum page limit. I tend to stay away from float environments for tables and figures since I like to have them where I code them in (I try [h], and ...
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2answers
321 views

Floating figures and tikzposter

I'm trying to use the class tikzposter to write a scientific poster. I need to link the figures to my text, therefore I need to use \caption and \label commands. It seems impossible to use floating ...
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How to set the default float position, e.g., set it to be H? [duplicate]

Is there a way to set the default position option for floats? I want all float to by default to use the option H. Then I only need to set position parameter for those floats that I do not want to use ...
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mdframed box spanning over page break: prevent images in between

I've run into a problem in a bigger documents where pictures get in between the breaks of mdframed boxes. So the scenario is that the mdframed box should break at pageend if it's to large and not ...
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Figure placement in XeLaTex

I am attempting to place a figure in my report. I have switched to XeLaTex but the figure doesn't seem centre and is overlapping the text. I have tried countless things but no luck. I've attached a ...
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1answer
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What are the default placement options for a floating figure in Latex?

The document Using Imported Graphics in L A TEX and pdfL A TEX talks about the different ways to affect where a floating figure is placed [htbp]. But these arguments are optional ... So how is the ...
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Floats in the middle of paragraphs

How would you place a float like this with LaTeX? Note that it's in the middle of a sentence. Normal float placement rules could only find the right page to put the float on. Then it's a matter of ...
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Table won't stay anchored in two colums article [duplicate]

I'm trying to put a table placed in the two columns of an article. This I can do. The problem is it won't stay in the middle of the text. Here is my code, \documentclass[11pt, twocolumn]{article} ...
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How to place a multicolumn table above a multicolumn figure?

I have a table that spans two columns of a page. I have a figure that also spans two columns. I tried adjusting the h, t and the * in different fashions, but I couldn't get it to work. The figure ...
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1answer
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Framed float box, spanning two columns in paracol

I'm looking for a simple, framed, float box-environment that has (or can have by construction) a star equivalent (like figure* or table*) so that it may span both columns in the paracol environment. ...
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Floats Analogue of framed

I have very little experience with LaTeX. So, pardon my ignorance, but is there a float equivalent of \framebox? Ideally, I'd like a simple construct for framed text that I can position at the top ...
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3answers
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how to put odd number subfigures in multiple rows

There are five figures. Basically, I'd like them to displayed as following: |figure 1|figure 2| |figure 3|figure 4|figure 5| The first two figures are in the first row and the last three are ...
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placing the figure at bottom of the page

I want to place the column-spanned figure at the bottom of the page near to the text but using \begin{figure*}[b] goes the figure to the end of the document!! Why? \begin{figure*}[b] \centering ...
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votes
2answers
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Fixing the location of the appearance in algorithmicx environment

I'm trying to force an algorithm to stay between two paragraphs, but after compilation, it shows up in the next page. My algorithm takes more than half a page and is something like: ...
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1answer
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Table desturbingly floats into align environment functions

this is my code \begin{align} S(\Theta)&=\ln\left|\nu(\Theta)\right|\label{eq:S_theta}\\ \intertext{where $\nu(\Theta)$ is the determinant of the covariance matrix of the responses, which are ...
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How to tell LaTeX to place all figures at the end of pdf file?

Well, I search through the SE site but it seems everyone else was asking how to avoid appending figure and their accidents are not quite an elegant solution to my problem --- I'm looking for a way ...
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1answer
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Preventing floats of being before section

I have a rather large file with many chapters, before every chapter I use \cleardoublepage to get to a new doublepage but flushing all floats beforehand. In the beginning I also had position ...
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Typeset credits at the very end of a document automatically

I want to print some graphics on the very last page of a document (containing some credits etc.). I don't know the length of the final document since it serves as a template and therefore I need a ...
3
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0answers
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Figures misplaced in recent version of MiKTeX [closed]

After a MiKTeX update, eps graphs were misplaced and appeared overlap with captions and text in pdf files. They worked perfect in earlier MiKTeX 2.9. Figures in dvi files worked fine as desired. ...
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Drawbacks of the `H` specifier

According to the float package documentation, the H float placement specifier [...]when added to a float, tells LaTeX to “put the float HERE, period”. If there isn’t enough space left on the ...