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To reduce the x scale you could use the code key 'x filter', such as the example on page 329 in pgfplots_1.10: \begin{tikzpicture} \begin{axis}[x filter/.code= {\pgfmathdivide{#1}{1000}}] \addplot coordinates { (4,0) (6,1) }; \end{axis} \end{tikzpicture} Then you could insert the kilo-unit in your xlabel: xlabel={Quantity~[k-unit]} to make it clear for ...


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With the usual definition, \setlength{<parameter>}{<value>} is just a wrapper for <parameter>=<value>\relax so \setlength{\medmuskip}{0mu} is legal, because it translates to \medmuskip=0mu\relax which is perfectly legal, as \medmuskip should be assigned values only in mu units (also fil, fill or filll units for the plus and ...



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