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accepted TikZ, passing two values as an ordered pair
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comment TikZ, passing two values as an ordered pair
@MarkWibrow, this is exactly what I was looking for. Please write down your answer.
Jan
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comment TikZ, passing two values as an ordered pair
Because the value is an ordered couple of values, not just a single value and I want to work with the two values separately elsewhere.
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asked TikZ, passing two values as an ordered pair
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revised About the actual meaning of \pgfplotsunitxlength macro from the pgfplots package
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revised About the actual meaning of \pgfplotsunitxlength macro from the pgfplots package
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comment About the actual meaning of \pgfplotsunitxlength macro from the pgfplots package
I've added a new post in the bug section. I'm copying its content at the bottom of the question to let the other users to contribute the discussion.
Jan
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comment pgfplots, TikZ interoperability and axis equal
If it can be helpful, I've added a further example in the pgf language in which I've set no local coordinate system and I've used 3D coordinates instead of a 2D ones.
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revised pgfplots, TikZ interoperability and axis equal
I've added a further example
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asked pgfplots, TikZ interoperability and axis equal
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accepted Prevent expression evaluation for some values in TikZ
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comment Prevent expression evaluation for some values in TikZ
@jfbu, I'm sorry: I mistook the order of the two expressions. Your answer works good too.
Jan
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comment Prevent expression evaluation for some values in TikZ
No. It isn't a dimension too large error but a division by zero error that is just what I wanted to avoid when I asked to prevent the function from being evaluated in x=0. If I use the @Kpym code substituting the < sign with the = one, it still works good.
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comment Prevent expression evaluation for some values in TikZ
I'm trying to modify your function to work with an equal sign but it fails in x=0 like in the question. Is there any way to let it work with the equal sign?
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asked Prevent expression evaluation for some values in TikZ