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Sep
7
asked Horizontal alignment of text blocks
Mar
28
awarded  Yearling
Mar
27
revised TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
added solution
Mar
27
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Thanks, this helped!
Mar
27
accepted TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Thanks for this answer, very appreciated :) The lines between the inputs and the sum function are not straight, but it looks fine the way it is!
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
@percusse ok, i'll do that next time :)
Mar
26
comment TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
@percusse The problem is that I don't know what approach/tikzlibrary/layout to use. Therefore a MWE would be just a "base skeleton" with the standalone documentclass. PeterGrill: Ok, I could split it up into different questions (e.g. how to align the inputs around the sum function). But maybe there's a layout or library well suited for this problem, that's why I'm asking.
Mar
26
revised TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
deleted 9 characters in body
Mar
26
asked TikZ: Diagram of a perceptron
Feb
20
comment Flexible vspace
Thanks, I just saw your edit when I wanted to post a minimal example :) Works now.
Feb
20
comment Flexible vspace
Is there a way to prevent the items showing up in the table of contents?
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
thanks, it was an error on my side :) It works great now (although I use 7mm as space before, instead of \topsep.
Feb
10
accepted Flexible vspace
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
Thanks for the extensive answer. What I don't understand: Why do you define a diarymark command, but never use it? Also, pdflatex complains about "Illegal parameter number in definition of \diarydate". If I add a [1] parameter count, another error message pops up: "LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item"
Feb
10
comment Flexible vspace
@DavidCarlisle Thanks, but in this case I don't want the maximum. Rather, I want the diarydate not to add any space at all when following a heading.
Feb
10
asked Flexible vspace
Jan
21
comment Making a shorter minus
Simple macro for this: \newcommand{\unaryminus}{\scalebox{0.75}[1.0]{\( - \)}}. Then you can insert a unary minus with \unaryminus.
Jan
16
comment Changing the working directory when including files in a subdirectory
Same issue as @JamesFennell here. Would be great if Stephan could fix that in the answer.
Jan
16
accepted Fallback text in header if overlapping occurs