5
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Using space instead of comma for large numbers?

Is there a package I could use to insert a space instead of a comma for large numbers? For example, 12 345.67 instead of 12,345.67 If needed, I am using the extbook environment. All of ...
5
votes
1answer
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How to print negative value with currency

At the moment my report print currency values with siunitx with \$\numprint{12} But negative values displayed as $-12.00 I would like to display it as: -$12.00 Or you think $-12.00 is ok too for ...
7
votes
1answer
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Line break in siunitx product numbers

I was wondering if there is a way to allow for line breaks within product lists of the siunitx package: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{showframe} \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} This is ...
4
votes
1answer
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Using text inside \num from siunitx

Consider this TikZ drawing of the table of elements (taken from here and edited a bit): \documentclass{article} \usepackage{verbatim} \usepackage{ifpdf} \usepackage{tikz} ...
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votes
1answer
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\usepackage[group-separator={,}]{siunitx} Not working with longtable?

I have a table with very long counts (in the millions), so I would like to add commas. I have tried to use siunitx in a variety of ways in the preamble: \usepackage[group-separator={,}]{siunitx} ...
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votes
1answer
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siunitx and engineering 'E' notation

Is it possible to use the siunitx package to typeset numbers with the "E" notation so that the output might look like 1E3 instead of 1 x 10^3
6
votes
1answer
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Omit zeros before the decimal point and convert scientific notation in siunitx/pgfmath

I'm trying to automatically format numbers in a way that doesn't convert say .8 to 0.8 while at the same time scientific notation is converted to exponent-free notation. siunitx seems to be able to do ...
6
votes
1answer
156 views

coordinate number format \ang{}

In a table, I am listing several coordinates. I want to use a number format such as this W 95°13'14'' W 95°03'00'' ... I am using the \ang{} environment of the siunitx package. ...
4
votes
2answers
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siunitx rounding in table with parentheses

I'm trying to create a standard regression table with standard errors in parentheses below the coefficients, while using siunitx to align the numbers on the decimal point, and to round the numbers. ...
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votes
1answer
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Siunitx: alignment, parentheses and font size

I'm trying to align numbers (that are bolded, between parentheses, etc.) by decimal points in table columns while using the auto-round option of the siunitx package. The following code doesn't work: ...
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vote
1answer
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siunitx - Decimal points not present

Trying to use siunitx to make my columns look all nice and so such. However, The decimal points are absent... Example: Code: \documentclass[letterpaper,twoside,12pt]{article} %%% PACKAGES ...
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votes
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How to use siunitx with non numerical values?

I understand that something like \SI{5}{\meter\per\second} defines a certain space between the number (5) and units (m/s). What should I use if instead of a numerical quantity I want a variable: R ...
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votes
1answer
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siunitx S-column in table: can I combine scientific notation and decimal numbers in one column?

I have a table with values exported from a statistics software, where the values are formatted like this (see example below): Some (very small ones) are in scientific notation, some are in "normal" ...
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votes
1answer
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siunitx package, doesn't seem to format imaginary numbers correctly

If I use the siunitx package to generate an imaginary number e.g. \SI{120i}{\per\centi\meter} then it places a 0 before the 120 (probably some artifact of expecting complex notation with a real number ...
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votes
2answers
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siunitx: aligning numbers by decimal points in tables doesn't work for bolded or italicized numbers

This is a follow-up question for Aligning numbers by decimal points in table columns. User lockstep provided this solution: \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{S[table-format=3.2]} ...