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Sep
10
comment tikz - command node - text
@AndrewStacey: yeah, it sure depends on the requirements – I can only guess what they are supposed to be.
Sep
9
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.
Sep
9
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)
Sep
9
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.
Sep
9
comment Make line extend beyond endpoint and intersect with line
@GarbageCollector: whoops. You're right. Thanks for editing.
Sep
8
comment Vertical line in middle of a binomial tree (lattice)
Yeah, but nodes in empty cells often has side effects (i.e. when you apply a style to all cells). I'm sure there's a way round it, I just don't know it …
Sep
8
comment Vertical line in middle of a binomial tree (lattice)
This is good! (+1) Had I only known this a while back, when I needed this myself. I used the calc library instead to achieve the same effect
Sep
8
comment Vertical line in middle of a binomial tree (lattice)
@IssacM: yeah, I forgot to delimit the calc expressions. Fixed now (also added names to empty cells)
Jul
29
comment Avoid line breaks after \lstinline
It's possible to use \lstset inside curly braces and set a property only inside it. Using {\lstset{breakatwhitespace} ... paragraph with text and code ...} works without messing up the rest of the document. Thanks!
Jul
29
comment I want to draw block diagrams,what's wrong?
You probably need to download and install that package first. (The download link can be found on the referenced page on texample.net)
Jul
26
comment Avoid line breaks after \lstinline
I often have long identifiers (without whitespace, but with periods), that need breaking, e.g. System.Collections.Generic.SortedDictionary
Jul
26
comment Avoid line breaks after \lstinline
@egreg: Is there a simple way to find out what part of the cls/sty files is causing this?
Jul
26
comment Avoid line breaks after \lstinline
@percusse: It's difficult to get the line breaks at the correct spot. There's the thesis template I have to use, and I'm having problems getting the line break to show up in an MWE :( So maybe it is some weird setting in the template …
Jul
25
comment Can I use pgfplots to make a boxplot
hm, I'm using \addplot[only marks,mark=*] to draw the actual data points. Could I draw them without mark using marks? Otherwise I'll have to open a new question
Jul
25
comment Can I use pgfplots to make a boxplot
I'm trying to plot the real data values behind the boxes. I already tried on background layer (from backgrounds library) for the data points and fill=white for the boxes to no avail. Is there something about error bars, I'm missing (always drawn "in the back")?
Jul
22
comment Which package to use for writing algorithms?
The inline equivalent of \begin{lstlisting}\end{lstlisting} is \lstinline{}
Jul
22
comment Multiple TikZ keys with foreach
I really like this solution. It's the least overhead and leaves the loop almost un-modified :)
Jul
21
comment Multiple TikZ keys with foreach
Can I use the same for a \path node ... node ... node command?
Jul
20
comment Multiple TikZ keys with foreach
@JLDiaz, bloodworks: Yep, I used that as a workaround after writing this question, but it is just too unflexible, if you have a lot of different combination of styles (some of which you will only use once)
Jul
20
comment Slight vertical mis-alignment of cells when using TikZ matrix of nodes
Looks like I can get the desired effect with text height=1em, text depth=1ex}. Not sure about the implications though