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Engineering notation (scientific) as tick labels with pgfplots (maybe via siunitx)?

I would like to have numbers on the ticks labels formatted in engineering notation -- but unlike in How to control pgfplots axis scaling for engineering notation (multiple of 3 exponent)?, I would ...
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Problems using \addlegendentry in a loop with pgfplots

I have some spectra to plot, which I exported from the Siemens Xray toolbox, which works nicely with pgfplots. Since these are multiple files that look the same I think I can do it with a for loop, ...
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How do I set units in pgfplots without square brackets?

This MWE: \documentclass{article} % translate with >> pdflatex -shell-escape <file> % This file is an extract of the PGFPLOTS manual, copyright by Christian Feuersaenger. % % Feel free ...
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Postprocessing pgfplotstable results using siunitx

I am trying to use the \num command from siunitx inside a table made with pgfplotstable, because I need the format given by siunitx with \sisetup{scientific-notation = true} and all the advantages of ...
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How to I fix my axis to suit the correct order of magnitude? [duplicate]

Problem: It's the times ten to the 3 bit part which bothers me. Not just that is exists but also because it's positioned itself in a strange place. My files is formatted so it is in MHz so I don't ...
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pgfplots - x unit with siunitx

I want to use x unit=something to draw the units to an axis. In the manual I find this to use siunitx to do so: \pgfplotsset{ unit code/.code 2 args={\si{#1#2}} } Now I make a plot: ...
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Consistant formatting with siunitx and pgf: Thousands Separator

I like the default behavior of the siunitx package in that the thousands separator is not applied to four digit numbers, but is applied when the number of digits exceeds four. In documents that ...
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Make pgfplots typeset axis units as reciprocals using siunitx

pgfplots has a library units that allows to typeset units in axis labels provided through x unit=<unit>. Through the key \pgfplotsset{unit code/.code={\si{#1}}}, it can be made to typeset the ...