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comment Adding label to a pgfplot
Sorry about that! I didn't think the solution would be within the axes definitions. It appears that my MWE was too minimal!
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comment Adding label to a pgfplot
So this goes in the axis environment. What if I want the label to appear on a second slide, can it not be attached to the addplot command?
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asked Adding label to a pgfplot
Nov
12
accepted Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
Nov
12
comment Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
Wow, many thanks! Works perfectly.
Nov
11
comment Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
Well, what goes in each cell is rather bulky (some of it won't even be displayed - I prefer certain parts of code to be clumped together - such as solutions to questions)
Nov
11
comment Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
You are right. My idea was to have macro holders (imaginatively called like \cellIA) and these I would appropriately redfine befoe the call of \matrix{}{}.
Nov
11
revised Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
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Nov
11
comment Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
Aha, yes, you're right. I minimalised the code further. I'll repost a new pic.
Nov
11
asked Macro for tables that take as arguments the column and row dimensions
Sep
30
accepted Remember picture is positioned too high
Sep
30
comment Remember picture is positioned too high
Many thanks, this indeed does the trick.
Sep
30
asked Remember picture is positioned too high
Sep
27
accepted Pgfplots labels jump between beamer slides
Sep
27
comment Pgfplots labels jump between beamer slides
Many thanks. This does indeed work, and doesn't include any vertical twitch.
Sep
27
asked Pgfplots labels jump between beamer slides
Sep
27
accepted Why the extra line in my tabular, using beamer
Sep
26
comment Why the extra line in my tabular, using beamer
@dcmst Indeed, your linked question has a satisfactory solution. Perhaps my question counts as a duplicate.
Sep
26
comment Why the extra line in my tabular, using beamer
This indeed does work. But is your answer suggesting that one should use \only instead of \onslide throughout, or just in such circumstances?
Sep
26
asked Why the extra line in my tabular, using beamer