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comment Exam Class: don't print questions
As @nathanesau suggests, the answers package will generate a separate file of answers. Then you can \input that file in a document for answers only. The package isn't hard to use for just this purpose.
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comment Where can I get a LaTeX command explanation?
I frequently just search for the command - e.g. Google latex ensuremath - and pick a link that I think will give me an explanation at the level I want.
Jul
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comment How to draw a figure explaining deciles in latex
If this is a one time task consider just including the figure as an image.
Jul
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comment How to draw a cube completely filled with water, the other with water by half and the last leave it empty?
Nice. The pictures are even prettier if the cube is standing on a vertex (long diagonal vertical) while being filled (not what the OP has asked for ...).
Jul
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comment multiple handcrafted labels for figure
@AndrewCashner I have about 200-300 references with varying formats, often free text. To maintain my document I have to keep the reference text where the reference is in the document rather than in another file. "Footnotes" might work if there were a robust backreferencing mechanism (that worked for figures and tables too). I'm more than willing to be educated.
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comment Which is better practice: rendering figures on the fly, or importing them as images?
When a figure is under construction and likely to change as the surrounding discussion changes I generate it on the fly. When that part of my (large) document is stable I comment out the local generation and include the graphic. I would recommend not mixing plots from Excel and PGFplots - use one or the other, for consistency of style.
Jul
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comment Compile TeX (directly) into SVG
Perhaps download.cnet.com/Free-PDF-to-SVG-Converter/… . Google may find other downloadable tools.
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comment Removing citations from text and bibliography without messing up the citation numbers
Did you recompile often enough? I'm not familiar with bibtex, but you might have to run that again.
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comment Dimensions of parts of a matrix
Interesting problem. Would it serve your purpose to change the font or color or background for the columns of 1s in each block?
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comment How do you create a set in LateX?
The general answers that help you learn LaTeX are good ones. There's an answer to your particular question here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/209863/…
Jun
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comment I can't make what I type to pdf
Try eqnarray instead of eqmarray. But in fact eqnarray is not what you should be using. align is better. See tex.stackexchange.com/questions/196/eqnarray-vs-align
Jun
22
comment Strange result when trying to use sagetex
I've not used sagetex, but this sounds like the kind of error you see when you need to compile multiple times to get references right. Have you tried that?
Jun
21
comment How to align over multiple lines?
You might be able to figure out the lengths of the two expressions before the || and use a box with the larger length. But are you sure you have to? The equations are very far apart, so the alignment can't convey much information to the reader. If you align them as you wish in your example the second equation won't fit on one line.
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reviewed Approve bar width not recognized in group plot