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Resolution trees in latex

I would like to draw a resolution tree such as this. I have already seen this post and I could make trees like the example shown in that. However, I do not know how to point to a child node from ...
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Wrong pdf output size

I'm trying to create an image (.pdf) that should be filled with black and white thick lines. The code I'm using is working pretty good except for the fact that the matrix output size is not correct ...
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Increase equation resolution in TeX4ht using accessible images or typeset text

When TeX4ht compiles my latex code it generates a png of my equation and includes this in the html file. Until a better alternative for this comes along I am quite happy with this way of ...
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tikz picture inside main code or include tikz output

Suppose that someone wants to include a tikz picture inside a LaTeX document. Suppose that a simple tikz code is the following \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} ...
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tex4ht, html output: increase eps image resolution without affecting math images size

I have the following MWE: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \begin{document} Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, \(k_\delta=\frac{3 ...
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DPI for imported bitmaps

I am importing a number of .png files into my document as follows: \usepackage{wrapfig} \begin{wrapfigure}{r}{0.5\textwidth} \centering \vspace{-1.5cm} ...
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Setting default image dpi using sphinx and texi2pdf

In QGIS project, we are using Sphinx to create our documentation as HTML and PDF. We are having a bit of a problem with figures as they show a bit blurry in PDF. I found out that the reason is ...
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Losing the quality of the image in lyx [closed]

I have been looking for a possible answer for this problem (it seems that I am not the only one facing this), but the answers do not help too much. I got this image (.png) which I consider having a ...
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Best practice regarding graphics size

Whenever I make graphs from R to be included in Latex, I find myself scuttling back and forth between R to specify the size of the output and Latex to play with the \includegraphics[scale=??]. It ...
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Uncertain about dpi in LaTeX

Im a bit new to latex, I thought when adding images they were scaled according to some universal default dpi--today I learned this isn't really the case. So I have a few questions regarding images and ...
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Highest resolution with ps2pdf following the dvi > dvi2ps > ps2pdf route

I would like to know the highest resolution that I can set in the conversion of a postscript file to its pdf file using ps2pdf. In Ghostscript help pages I see: The default internal resolution for ...
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Bianchi chapter style not enough DPI

I am currently using the bianchi chapter style that has been provided by the memoir package. According to createspace, the DPI for the bianchi style is only ~100 DPI when it should be 300 DPI. How can ...
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How do you increase the number of points pgfplots uses?

My plots look blocky. Is it possible to increase the number of points PGFplots uses when plotting a graph from a formula?
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Resolution (dpi) checks for included bitmaps

When I include bitmap images in my PDF files (created with pdflatex and the graphicx package), I always check manually that the resolution will be suitable (I shoot for something between 200 and 300 ...
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renderize yfonts without the pixels signs

how can i renderize this initials without the pixels signs but like the normal font? http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/baroqueinitials/
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Exporting true pdf without dpi

I've used Inkscape for certain drawings, with the aim of including them into the text for printing. The whole text is compiled with LaTex. I chose the option "save as", and then select pdf option ...
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When printing document, why do pages with figures appear rougher (of lower resolution) than text-only pages? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why are some pages in my PDF coming out bold? I have a PDF document that I made in LaTeX. Some pages contain figures I created in METAPOST. Everything is super-smooth in ...
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\includegraphics[width=40mm], reserves correct space, but includes full size image

I'm using the following code to include an image. The reserved space in the resulting .pdf document is correct and changes according to the width I set. Nevertheless, the .png is always embedded in ...
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Get high resolution for bitmap fonts under pdflatex?

I’m using the Boisik font/package, which is not available as Type 1 and so (unless I’ve missed something) is only able to produce bitmapped fonts in the pdf output. By default, the resolution of ...
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Horizontal lines are showing up as low-resolution images

I'm trying to prepare a print-ready pdf file for a book. The publisher is complaining that horizontal lines (in particular, the lines separating headers and footers from the body, but I think it also ...
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Is it OK to scale image by changing its resolution?

Assume I have an image fruit240.jpg of 800 pixels by 600 pixels at resolution of 240 dpi. Normally I can scale it by half using the following way. \documentclass{article} ...
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Image from \includegraphics showing in wrong image size

When I use the following to embed an image: \begin{figure}[htb] \centering \includegraphics{my_image} \caption{blaaa} \label{fig:blaaa} \end{figure} whereas my_image is a JPG file, the ...
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Desired resolution of images for a Beamer presentation

I am working on a Beamer presentation for less-technically-inclined audience, so I want to use many visual aids, pictures, stock photos, etc. Unfortunately, these are mostly raster images, not vector ...
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Can pdflatex (or any tex package) automatically rescale included images which have been reduced in size?

I'm writing my thesis in LaTeX, generating it with pdflatex. I have a large number of figures, many of which are bitmaps (as opposed to SVG) in PNG/JPEG format. I've generally created them to be ...