{spy} is about a {tikz} library used to magnifying parts of pictures.

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Unexpected clash between babel and pgf spy

The following example taken from the pgfplots manual (p. 121) works fine only if the line loading babel is commented \documentclass{article} \usepackage[frenchb]{babel} % this is the troubelsome ...
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Magnifying part of a picture similar to TikZ spy library

Suppose I have a .png or .jpg file. Let's say this one: I would like to zoom in on the tip of Tux's beak. TikZ for example provides a very nice library that allows for zooming with a spyglass like ...
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No content in zoom Tikz spy

I'm trying to use the spy glass in Tikz, but for some reason my zoom area is always empty and (some) graphs tend to disappear when I use spy. I've updated all my packages etc. through the updater by ...
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How do I zoom a rectangle area in pgfplots adding a gray background even for the axis labels?

The background to this question is: I want to "zoom" into a certain area of a function and show it a little bigger. Furthermore, I want to put a gray rectangle as a background of the zoomed area, ...
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Use tikz spy in a scope in order to relatively adress points in two images/scopes

I am continuing the example I started here, and want to have two images in one picture being positioned relative to each other and using two scopes for the ┬┤spies┬┤. The following MWE includes a first ...
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How to add axes in a magnified part of a graph using spy?

My problem is the following. I would like to draw the (magnified) axes on the magnified area of spy. For instance, take the following example (from pgfplots.pdf, p.121): % Preamble: ...
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Plot magnification using sub-plot within a plot!

How can I produce such kind of zooming shown in the figure? Here the selected portion is plotted again with new axis displaying more details than just magnifying the portion. One solution is to ...
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Magnify part of picture with TikZ spy, expressed in relative scoped coordinates

I want to magnify part of a picture with the TikZ spy library; however, with a scope for using relative coordinates like in #9561 Drawing on an image with TikZ. Provided I'm using the image tux.png - ...
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Tikz Spy, different image magnified?

I'm using tikz library spy to zoom into an image. The image Im zooming into is a binary black and white image. But i want the circle with the magnified part to be filled with a color version of the ...
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Rectangular spy in pgfplots without scaling

I'm trying to copy the behaviour of this question: Using tikzlibrary spy without magnifying line width and/or mark size. I would like to change the shape of the spy to rectangle, but I'm failing at ...
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Tikz and ctable incompatibility, gives error when printing

When I print a report I get an error: An error exists on this page. Acrobat may not display the page correctly. Please contact the person who created the PDF document to correct the problem ...
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Using the TikZ spy library to spy on a pixel value in beamer [closed]

I tried to use the TikZlibrary spy to zoom in on a certain pixel image; I am drawing in the image using a scope and red about the problem concerning coordinates in scopes here Magnify part of picture ...