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How do I write $\sim$ approximately with the correct spacing using siunitx?

This question is similar to this one, only that I'm using the siunitx package: \documentclass{minimal} \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} The temperature is \SI{\sim 200}{\kelvin}. \\ The ...
6
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1answer
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Is it possible to make siunitx typeset exponents in “cramped” style?

I'm using siunitx to typeset physical quantities. The result is not always ideal with many exponents in my eyes, because the exponents increase the line to line distance. At least this is my ...
6
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1answer
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Typesetting longitude or latitude followed by a comma

How do you typeset a latitude followed by a comma? Using siunitx it looks like there's too much space: \documentclass[12pt]{memoir} \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} At the latitude ...
5
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Hightlight specfic digits within siunix's \num

I would like to highlight specific digits in a number. Since the number is large I would like to use \num{} from the siunitx package. Of course I can do it manually as in the MWE below, but was ...
5
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2answers
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Unit spacing with siunitx in an equation

I'm just starting to get to grips with the siunitx package, but I've noticed that there seems to be some issues with regards to unit notation spacing in an equation. With siunitx it is possible to ...
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siunitx disturbs spacing of \, in math with xelatex

In the following example - compiled with XeLaTeX - the spacing of \thinspacing/the value of mu (used by \,) is disturbed if \SI is used in the math before: \documentclass{article} ...
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How much space between number and unit?

Javier Bezos (famous of titlsec, tensind, spanish ... packages; and now maintainer of babel) wrote a nice book on typography and scientific notation in spanish. He says (pag. 82) that the space ...
3
votes
1answer
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siunitx tables and commands between columns

I'd like to add parenthesis around some columns in a table, using the siunitx package. I'm using the > and < column specifiers, and they seem to work... except in the last column, where some ...
2
votes
1answer
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How to typeset hh:mm:ss time format in math mode?

What's the correct way to typeset a daytime in the format hh:mm:ss in math mode? For example in $2:13,12\,\mathrm{min} = \SI{133,12}{s}$.
6
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Recommend way to get angular velocity in degree with siunitx

The siunitx package has a special macro for setting angles in degrees called like \ang{42}, which renders as , i.e. sets no space between the number and the unit as recommended and in contrast to the ...
7
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1answer
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Trying to use symbols withing the number in the siunitx package

I'm trying to use the following with siunitx: \omega_x = \SI{100\pi}{rad.s^{-1}} But it comes out wrong. There is a space placed between 10 and 0π, as if π was actually a digit rather than a ...
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Should I put a space between a number and its unit?

No too much more to say. \( 2.63\si\ohm \) looks odd. But it might be the correct way. \( 2.64\,\si\ohm \) looks much better IMO. What about the \,? Sould it be bigger, smaller or there is no really ...
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I had a problem with spacing of tabular columns combined with \multicolumn. I found an inelegant solution. Perhaps someone knows of a better one?

Consider a table with several columns. Three consecutive columns are thin. These three thin columns have a long \multicolumn{c}{3}{??} heading over them. If nothing is done to specify how these should ...