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comment Label distance and other issues in a TikZ diagramm
I assume than in your second question you mean node h instead of node c. You can use "intersection coordinates", which have the syntax (a|-b) for a coordinate vertically aligned with a and horizontally aligned with b. In your case node (sum3) at (branch2|-h) ...
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answered Lualatex capacity exceeded with Gb's of free RAM
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answered Tikz: Proper Alignment of Nodes and Text in this diagram
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comment Vibrating Curve in TikZ
@DanH. I updated the answer with your suggestion. Thank you!
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More vibrating version (fixed opacity)
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answered Vibrating Curve in TikZ
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comment drawing a 2D-plane
This answer, unlike other answers for other of your questions, do not require hobby nor any other non-standard package. It should compile right out of the box. Which problem do you have?
Oct
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comment drawing a 2D-plane
I edited the answer to add the documentclass so that it is compilable now. I also changed the formula as requested. Do you have any problem compiling it?
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revised drawing a 2D-plane
Completed code to make it compile
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answered drawing a 2D-plane
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comment drawing a 2D-plane
It is unclear what you want. The code you provided uses the curve through keyword, which is not standard tikz. Which package comes it from? Anyway, "fixing" it by replacing by a plot[smooth cycle] coordinates {...} it results in a figure which is not related to the drawing you pasted. For example, what is the magenta circle?
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