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Math professor by day, hacker by night.

I teach calculus and try to implement teaching and new media technologies. I use a lot of LaTeX and the occasional scripting language.

So glad I found this site—now I can unsubscribe to some of those mailing lists I should be paying attention to but never have the time when the mails come.


Jul
15
revised unwanted white space when combining surface plot with a vector plot
full example with output
Jul
15
answered unwanted white space when combining surface plot with a vector plot
Jul
15
comment Rolling bullet points in beamer
@Tarass: see edit.
Jul
15
revised Rolling bullet points in beamer
Added an example with a foreach loop
Jul
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
14
comment How to mark/label nth data point from file in pgfplots?
node near coord is something I should learn more about. Would there be a way to specify the point meta in the table and display it automagically?
Jul
14
revised How to mark/label nth data point from file in pgfplots?
added a more detailed example
Jul
14
answered How to mark/label nth data point from file in pgfplots?
Jul
12
answered Debugging LaTeX Errors: how to isolate the problem
Jul
12
answered Using set list with pgfplotstable
Jul
11
comment Semi-transparent Tikz nodes
It's the auto-pst-pdf package. Commenting it and the pspicture environment out gives you a semitransparent fill. Work your MWE down so that it has just these two features in it (no table, no forest, etc) and it might get some more attention. See also tex.stackexchange.com/q/121927/1402
Jul
11
comment Semi-transparent Tikz nodes
Could it have something to do with the difference that you are filling in white? Does the output change if you change that?
Jul
11
answered Decorating a path's edge with a hatch pattern in TikZ
Jul
10
answered LinkedIn logo in Latex
Jul
2
revised TikZ not drawing some lines in grid
explained
Jul
2
answered TikZ not drawing some lines in grid
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
2
comment What symbol is this?
@skpblack: I think the fonts used by the bbm package are in the blackboard bold shape, but not the same as the bbold font.