{subscripts} are smaller characters appearing set slightly below the normal line.

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Subscript of sum [duplicate]

How can I make a subscript for sum in latex like the following picture: I tried \sum_{q_i} but that doesn't make the result I want. It makes the following result:
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Alignment of subscripts inside and outside parentheses

$(X^n_i)_i$ This piece of code produces output where the inner i is placed at a lower height than the outer i. Is there a graceful way to place both i's at the same height?
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How to have subscripts in bibliography [duplicate]

I am trying to have this paper in my bibliography http://apl.aip.org/resource/1/applab/v1/i4/p82_s1 I export the BibTeX file and put it in my .bib. But it is shown like this: FROM Ga(As[sub 1 - ...
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Can I have a dot and a double subscript at a single letter?

I cannot get a double subscript to a letter that has a dot on it. I only get what is in the first line of the picture, but what I want is the upper left with the dot only on the v. Note that the ...
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Array as subscript

While $\begin{matrix} 2 & 4 & 6 & 5 & 4 & 3 & 2 \\ && 3 \end{matrix}$ looks great for the highest root of $\mathsf E_8$, $s_{\begin{matrix} 2 & 4 & 6 & 5 ...
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Consistent vertical positioning of superscripts

This is somehow a follow-up question to this one. I've got the following math expression: \nabla_y u_0^{(i)}\nabla_y v^{(i)} However, no matte, whether I enclose the v in curly brackets or not (as ...
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When substack and array doesn't work

I am trying to write a formula. But both substack and array cannot fulfil my needs (as far as I know how to use them). The first is how I want it to look like. But I need an i'\neq i below the ...
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Derivatives: enter “evaluated at” vertical bar with multiple values as subscripts

Sorry for the long title, but how do I enter evaluated at (for a derivative), with multiple valuation criteria at the bottom of the the big | line? Thanks!
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Subscript spacing

I have a question similiar to the post: How to change default for spacing around binary relations?. In particular, I would like to make subscripts look less cramped. According to another post ...
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Lower indices height

Adding a subscript to a dagged variable, the subscript is lower than when it is added to an undagged variable. Here's an example: $c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R c_R c^{\dagger}_R ...
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\raisebox command for subscript [duplicate]

I was wondering if anyone know make a command for raisebox subscript? This question asks how to make the subscript part...here I want to make the command shorter by having a macro do the work rather ...
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Spacing depending on optional subscripts and superscripts

I am totally new to LaTeX (use it for 2 days), so I am sorry if this has already been asked, but I spent the last 6 hours searching for a solution, but to no avail. (I stumbled upon a package xpeek ...
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Equivalent symbol not working and subscript on vertical line

I have couple of issues here. I am making a presentation on beamer and I am using the following code: \begin{align*} & F_{in} = \int \frac{\partial Q}{\partial s}|_{in} ds, ...
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Sub and superscript on the left

I want to do something like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{align*} Hom_{K\cap {}_a^bK} \end{align*} \end{document} But there seems that the _a^b is ...
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How can I capture both superscripts and subscripts after a macro

This question piggy-backs on the answer to Capture a macro's subscripts/superscripts by the macro by egreg. I'm attempting to use the xparse package to create some macros and I'd rather not have ...
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Force inline-type superscript for display equations (but display-type subscript)

I am trying to create a macro \jjoin for a mathematical operator which roughly produces the following behaviour: Inline: \bigvee^{(J)}, subscript (typically i \in I) goes in the usual position (as in ...
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Triple scripts for analysis

I am doing the music harmonic analysis. There are plenty of symbols that must be added and there are need for: underscript triple sub/super scripts:
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Automatically Raising Subscripts

I have the following expression J_{ne}\boldsymbol{\mathsf{J}}_{ne}^{-1} which is awkward in the sense that as the second (sans-serif) J has a superscript that the subscripted indices are lower than ...
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Defining a different symbol to be used as a sum-class symbol

If I'm interested in using an arbitrary symbol or character instead of the default sum-class symbols (such as \int, \coprod, etc), solely with the interest of preserving subscripts and superscripts ...
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use of limits after a non-math operator

I would like to write the following: $ \mu_{s,r} = \mbox{mean}_ {i \in N}(X_{i,s,r})$ but where the {i \in N} is underneath the word "mean". I tried \limit but it doesn't work unless it's a math ...
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How to put a subscript in a superscript

How can I write the following thing? a^(b_c), b being a superscript of a, and c being a subscript of b.
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(Nonfatal but Symptomatic) Conflict of amsmath and mathstyle Packages

This was brought to my attention by our colleague, Lover of Structure, but since it affects my scalerel package (which began using the mathstyle package to detect the current math style, as of version ...
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Recursive Multiple subscripts and superscripts with xparse (Modified Version)

How can I modify the command below to obtain a version (of the question: recursive multiple subscript and superscript with xparse) which does not stack the sub/superscripts horizontally but moves all ...
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Increase the space between operator in subscript/superscript

I need to increase the space globally between operators in subscripts/superscripts. Example: \sum_{x=4} I need a little more space before and after the = symbol in the subscript. It is required ...
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biblatex - postcite as subscript

I've defined the command \newcommand{\mycite}[2][]{\autocite{#2} #1} which allows me to combine a superscripted citation with a parenthetical page reference: Cf. Sloterdijk1 (pp. 84–85). ✓ This ...
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Reduce spacing between lines and stacked subscripts with mathop

I am using the following code to typeset a minus (or a plus) under a syllable of text to be used for chant: \def\mi#1{$\displaystyle{\mathop{\mbox{\smash {#1}}}_{\scriptscriptstyle -}}$} This ...
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recursive multiple subscript and superscript with xparse

How can I define a new command with xparse, something like this: \NewDocumentCommand\tensorkor{ m >{\SplitList{,}}o >{\SplitList{,}}o } { ????? } that i can execute $ ...
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Left and right subscripts in multline environment

I am using \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{multline} \big_{1}[_{2}(...)_{2}\big]_{1}. \end{multline} \end{document} The lower suffix works only for right ...
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Command for formatting only first level of nested subscripts?

I'd like to create a command which only targets the first "level" of the indexes. I'll illustrate with some examples, using \qq as the command in the first line, and the "real" LaTeX code on the line ...
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Differences in vertical positioning of superscripts and subscripts depending on grouping (`{ }`): Why? Caveats? Workarounds?

This question about {(x+y)}^2 vs (x+y)^2 drew my attention to the slightly different vertical positioning of super- and subscripts for such expressions. Compare (x+y)^8_8 (left) and {(x+y)}^8_8 ...
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How do you get a scriptscriptstyle-sized prime?

As you go from \displaystyle to \scriptstyle to \scriptscriptstyle, letters and numbers, for instance, shrink. Weirdly, to my mind, the prime symbol (') shrinks from \displaystyle to \scriptstyle, ...
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The \prescript command from the mathtools package gives incorrect alignment

The spacing I'm getting with the \prescript command from the mathtools package seems wrong. Here is a MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath,mathtools} \begin{document} ...
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Double subscript error with \newcommand?

Disclaimer: I know of Defining a newcommand with sub- or superscript and avoiding "double subscript" error but this only gives a work-around, but no explanation to my question. Here's a ...
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Using \limits in a customized \overset for superscript together with \sideset for subscript

I am trying to create a notation for a certain space. I am using a customized \overset in mrf's answer in this thread to suppress the extra vertical space. I still want the subscript on the right ...
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How to automatically add \! in subscripts?

This code \documentclass{article} \usepackage{fouriernc} \begin{document} $a_1$ $a_{\!1}$ \end{document} produces this output: I like the spacing on the lower one much more. Is there a way to ...
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Fonts and calibration in math mode

Anyone have any ideas on how to obtain the small + in the subscripts, shorter \overline on the \mathbb{N} and the fat \verts on the semi norm on the bottom as seen in the following notation?
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How to have a common height of subscripts when some got superscripts too?

I am writing a script and got a formula with inverses, and I noticed that the subscripts have a different heigth. This is the minimal working example: \documentclass{scrbook} \begin{document} \[ ...
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\left( and \right) too big when surrounding a sum (etc.) with no superscript; exacerbated by substack

When I write \varphi^{-1}\left(\bigcap_{\substack{\mathfrak{p} < B \\ p \text{ prime}}} \mathfrak{p}\right) I get something like this: Apparently it's leaving symmetric amounts of room for ...
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Double subscript with \bar [duplicate]

When I used this code: $ {\bar{a}_x}_y $ MiKtex said: Double subscript $ {\bar{a}_x}_ How to fix?
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Weird compilation error

Why is it that \[ f\langle s,t \rangle = \sum_\substack{v,w \in E \\ v \in S, w \in T}}f(v,w) \\ \] compiles for me, despite the extra }, but \[ f\langle s,t \rangle = \sum_\substack{v,w ...
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Put subscript underneath instead of in the bottomright corner

I wonder if there is a way to create an equation like that where the "subscript" is placed underneath instead of in the bottom right corner. I also want the "subscript" to be center aligned with the ...
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Can't turn off fontified subscripts in Emacs 24

Under Emacs 24.3 and Auctex, the sub/superscript fontification is occurring outside math modes. This appears in either Beamer or normal LaTeX docs. Per this question, I've included the following ...
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Align subscripts vertically

I would like to align the subscripts in an expression such as this one: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} $$\sup_{f\in\mathcal H}\lim_{\epsilon\downarrow ...
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Subscript and superscript in lstlisting?

I need to use subscript and superscript in a lstlisting block. lstlisting can replace strings by Latex commands, but is it also possible to replace some kind of regular expression like ...
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Subscript in beamer class using frames and equations

\documentclass{beamer} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage{textpos} \usetheme{CambridgeUS} \usepackage[british,UKenglish,USenglish,english,american]{babel} \begin{document} \begin{frame} ...
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How to control the horizontal location of subscript?

Sometimes I find the subscript is located too far from the letter (to which it is the subscript) such as in \mathbf{v_{_\text{B}}} How to get the subcript closer to the letter?
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Double subscript problem

The code \DeclareMathOperator*{\FAggregate}{F} \begin{equation} q_k'(e) = \FAggregate\limits_{a \in R}_a (q_k(S(a))) \end{equation} causes a problem with an additional _a. What I want is the a to ...
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How to control line spacing and subscript location in captions?

I just started using mhchem and am having problems with captions. Subscripts from mchem overlap with superscripts. I can think of two possible solutions (and trivially not using mchem in captions): ...
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TikZ: Controlling text within nodes and placing nodes in text

Need some help working with TikZ. Let me begin by saying that I think TikZ is amazing. I hardly know what I'm doing at this point and yet I've been able to draw some very nice diagrams with it. ...
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Combining Textstyle and Displaystyle

In my mathematics writing, I often use both superscripts and subscripts on the probability operator. The subscripts are generally lengthy, and I would like for them to appear underneath the operator, ...