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Scale tikz figure to a percentage of \textwidth

A user asked a question about scaling a figure to a factor of \textwidth and got an answer like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} ...
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1answer
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Scaling a multi-column TikZ/pgfplots groupplot to page width

I am trying to scale a pgfplots groupplot with multiple (and variable numbers of) subplots to match the \textwidth of a document. What I found is that there seems to be no direct relationship between ...
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Scale figure to a percentage of \textwidth

I would like to change my figure's width to a precentage of my \textwidth: \textwidth /2 would scale to 50% of the \textwidth. What is the proper syntax (if any) to do this ?
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pgfplots: how can I scale to text width?

This question led to a new package: tikzscale When I try to scale a plot with: width=\textwidth there is some horizontal space between the start/end of the plot and the start/end of the ...
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Scale TikZ figure to linewidth when relative positioning used

This question is a follow-up to How to scale a tikzpicture to \textwidth. Unfortunately I haven't been a member long enough to post comments in that thread to ask for clarification. I have some ...
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4answers
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How to scale a tikzpicture to \textwidth

I would like to scale my tikzpicture to exactly (or a proportion of) the \textwidth Of course I could play with the [scale=0.5] option until I found the right value, but I assume there must be an ...
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4answers
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Scale (resize) large images (graphics) that exceed page margins

Background A large number of screen captures have been scaled 300% at 288dpi. They appear correctly when embedded in OpenOffice, but not LyX. Problem Images that do not extend beyond the margins ...
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1answer
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Page placement using blowup package

I am trying to rescale a book which has the dimensions 152x229 mm set with the geometry package into 165x242mm using the blowup package. After some messing around I have managed to get it to rescale ...