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May
18
comment Drawing graph decomposition as a tree
If you know how to formulate a recursive algorithm, then this may be a related question.
May
15
comment What is a function's signature? [LaTeX3]
In computer science, a function's signature is the return type and the type of the arguments.
Apr
30
comment Wiring diagrams with pinout
Martin Sharrer provided some code on TeXample.net.
Apr
27
comment Appropiate size of mathmatical formula in a text
I suggest you follow @Sigur's suggestion because $Prob$ will show as the product of $P$, $r$, $o$, and $b$. You can define your own math operators with the \DeclareMathOperator macro, which is defined in the amsmath package. (Also see this presentation.)
Apr
22
comment Problem with \frac macro
Please include a complete minimum working example. (Your LaTeX is non-standard as it relies on amsmath.)
Apr
22
comment Can I define a variable to scale with it several figures?
If you use graphicx then I suggest you read the package documentation because it explains how to define defaults with \setkeys. Also see this presentation.
Apr
20
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Apr
20
comment What are the “best practices” when writing a thesis in Latex?
@MartinSchroeder It would help if yous could tell the OP where the question has been answered before.
Apr
20
comment What are the “best practices” when writing a thesis in Latex?
From the top of my head.... Use a good class template. Use top-down writing. Use environments and special-purpose commands for adding markup. Don't use add-hoc markup. When using TikZ, use styles. Use comments. Write your bibliography with biblatex (my choice). Use booktabs and or pdfplotstablewhen typesetting tables. Use pgfplots when typesetting data plots. Use siunitx when typesetting SI units....
Apr
17
comment What is best Latex template could be used for presentation?
I suggest you use the beamer class. I would just use the default styles, or if you want to some simple them such as Bodilla or Antibes. Keep it simple. What counts is the quality of the content, not your dazzling-your-audience skills. See the link on my LaTeX and Firends pages for an introduction to beamer.
Apr
10
comment Union of Paths in MetaPost
Thanks. This is "similar" to how I created the outlines, except that I didn't use penpos. My question is about getting the outlines:-) Also note that there's an ugly dip in the shoulder of your h, which I've managed to avoid. With a "naive" penpos solution you can't avoid impediments like this.
Apr
8
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Mar
30
comment How can I color parentheses depending on the nesting level (like emacs' rainbow-delimiters)?
Maybe you can do this with ligatures formation rules. The fontspec package seems to provide a feature that lets you define your own ligature formation rules.
Mar
25
comment which types of effect can I put in a presentation using Latex?
@Nemo Thanks. Have you read the beamer manual. It contains a section about adding style to your presentations. Also it explains how to add incremental transitions and alerts (highlighting).
Mar
25
comment Visualisation of planes within hypercubes in LaTex?
@Johannes_B Good to hear.
Mar
24
comment which types of effect can I put in a presentation using Latex?
If this is your first presentation, please do yourself a favour and focus on the content because all the time you spend on playing with the effects will result in a worse presentation. If this is not your first presentation, please do your audience a favour and keep it simple and forget about transition effects.
Mar
24
comment Visualisation of planes within hypercubes in LaTex?
@Johannes_B The OP is the only one who knows about their intentions. Speculating about them and using this to invalidate their questions does not seem fair to me.
Mar
23
comment Visualisation of planes within hypercubes in LaTex?
@Johannes_B I've been informed that answering one's own questions is deemed acceptable in this group.
Mar
20
comment hash (dictionary) data structure
@Werner Or in the caption.
Mar
17
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