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If you see me answer on the topic of c++ templates then my account has probably been hacked.


Apr
23
accepted pstricks generated image doesn't fit into page.
Apr
23
comment pstricks generated image doesn't fit into page.
this was supposed to be my answer... I should have said it solved the problem.
Apr
23
comment pstricks generated image doesn't fit into page.
I used scaledbox... which is similar...
Apr
22
comment pstricks generated image doesn't fit into page.
I tried \psset{} but it affected only part of the figure. the issue is that I am not the only one writing it, so didn't want to change the content. I used \usepackage{graphicx} %\scalebox .... \scalebox{\myscale}{ \begin{pspicture} % picture data here \end{pspicture} } Then used a ps tool to get a eps figure with accurate bounding box.
Apr
22
asked pstricks generated image doesn't fit into page.
Apr
13
awarded  Student
Apr
13
awarded  Scholar
Apr
13
accepted Recreate efficiently this figure
Apr
13
comment Recreate efficiently this figure
Thanks. I will try to stand on my own feet.
Apr
13
comment Recreate efficiently this figure
yes I want to modify the content of Variables, Values and Eqn. My guess will be to write a macro to put the arguments at the right position. Is there a better way??
Apr
13
comment Recreate efficiently this figure
Wow this is powerful! Seems like a complete language by itself, like matlab. I modified your script with : \matrix (Variables) [boxed eqns] {a_1\\a_2\\a_3\\a_4\\a_5\\a_6\\a_7\\}; \matrix (Values) [values, right=of Variables-2-1] {1\\2\\3\\}; \node (Eqn) [equation, right=of Values] {a_1+a_2+a_3}; \foreach \l in {1,2,3} \draw [->] (Variables-\l-1) -- (Eqn);
Apr
13
asked Recreate efficiently this figure
Apr
10
awarded  Supporter