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revised tikz - command node - text
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comment tikz - command node - text
@AndrewStacey: yeah, it sure depends on the requirements – I can only guess what they are supposed to be.
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answered tikz - command node - text
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comment Make line extend beyond endpoint and intersect with line
@Brent.Longborough: tkz-euclide looks promising, I will look into it! Is there an English manual as well? My French is a bit rusty.
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comment Using pgfplots, is there a way to overlay multiple stacked plots with different ranges?
@Vegard: you can specify filters for coordinates, maybe that would work? (/pgfplots/y filter/.code)
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comment Using pgfplots, is there a way to overlay multiple stacked plots with different ranges?
What do you want your y values be when they are not specified? 0? If so, then make it so (0 0 0, 1 0 0, 5 0 0). pgfplots cannot guess your missing values.
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comment Make line extend beyond endpoint and intersect with line
@GarbageCollector: whoops. You're right. Thanks for editing.