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How to put numbers in parenthesis in the S column using siunitx package

In the following minimal code, when I replace the l columns by S I get an error message saying invalid-number!! Invalid numerical input '(4.36)'.!! See the siunitx documentation for further ...
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Align position of decimal point within tabularx

I have made a table with 5 columns, of which I'd like the last 4 to be of the same width. Therefore I was told I should use tabluarx. Using this package my output looks fine, but I have also numbers ...
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\bfseries and alignment in table

I'm trying to highlight some decimal-point aligned entries in two large tables which are arranged in two columns. I'm using \bfseries to do this and unfortunately this seems to be affecting the ...
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1answer
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siunitx: How to get bold, aligned entries and how to align when units differ in length?

I tried my first steps with siunitx, but I have trouble achieving the following in the minimal example below: 1) aligning the entries in the first column with respect to the decimal dot 2) getting a ...
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Conflict between tabu and tabularx, when using siunitx

I have many tables set with {tabularx} but for some of the it seems easier to use {tabu} which works. But if I use both packages and gave the last X column in {longtabu} an S and optional argument it ...
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How to create equally spaced columns in a table with centered number blocks, which themselves are aligned on the decimal marker?

I've searched around this site and also alot with Google, but did not find exactly a solution to my problem: I want to create a table width equally (and automatically) spaced columns. These columns ...
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How to use siunitx and tabularx together?

I'm using the tabular features of siunitx (for what it is worth: v1.3 since I'm on TexLive 2009) to align numbers in tables, eg. \begin{tabular}{ p{1.5cm} S S S } bla & 1.23 & 4.5 & 67.89 ...