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Jun
23
comment Fermi--Dirac in pgfplots, dimension too lage
Ok, great. If I am not mistaken, there is a hidden question like "why does lua help here" behind your comment. If so, the answer would be: pgfplots comes with a partial reimplementation in lua and switches to lua whenever it can. See lua backend in the pgfplots reference manual for details pgfplots.sourceforge.net
Jun
22
answered Fermi--Dirac in pgfplots, dimension too lage
Jun
21
comment Location and size of pgf plot axis in a tikzpicture - with tikz positioning library?
Here is some insight regarding the "why": it seems that the positioning library is plain incompatible with the placement of pgfplots axes (a pgfplots axis is a PGF node, not a TikZ node -- and the positioning library affects only TikZ nodes). Please refer to the answer of @ Torbjørn for a suitable replacement.
Jun
21
comment Using pfg plots to plot unit simplex in 3 dimensions
Note that pgfplots draws z upwards in every standard view, and it is recommended to keep it this way. You can, of course, simply exchange axis labels or exchange coordinates.
Jun
21
comment Using pfg plots to plot unit simplex in 3 dimensions
To some extend, yes: consider modifying view/h=<angle> to your needs (triangle and error, I guess).
Jun
20
answered Using pfg plots to plot unit simplex in 3 dimensions
Jun
18
answered pgfplots: Using two horizontal colorbars within one plot
Jun
18
answered pgfplots point meta using luatex
Jun
13
accepted Can TeX generate “heap dumps” to analyze+optimize out-of-memory situations?
Jun
13
comment Can TeX generate “heap dumps” to analyze+optimize out-of-memory situations?
I accept your answer in the sense of "there is no such feature".
Jun
13
comment Locating tick marks at integral multiples of pi/2
I am the author of pgfplots and I accept this as feature request. The reason for the missing math parser support is merely legacy: back in the past, there was no math parser with the required precision. In the meantime, it was either accepted or forgotten. I'll revise the math parsing of input arguments as feature request; this will affect other keys as well.
Jun
12
revised How to escape any CSV file automatically for pgfplots
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Jun
12
comment pgfplots data time format
... and I failed to read the answer of @ema which also solved the base-8-problem... :(
Jun
12
comment pgfplots data time format
@DenisBitouzé I have copied Jake's approach here and modified it such that it solves the base-8-problem (and handles sub-second parts). See tex.stackexchange.com/questions/249923/…
Jun
12
answered How to escape any CSV file automatically for pgfplots
Jun
11
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
OK. Regarding your question about the parameters: they allow TeX to relax its strict handling of overful boxes, see tex.stackexchange.com/questions/31301/… for a related question. You can also uncomment these two lines to see what happens.
Jun
8
answered Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
Jun
8
comment Can TeX generate “heap dumps” to analyze+optimize out-of-memory situations?
Thanks for the answer! Given the age of this question and the total amount of answers, I suppose that your doubts regarding the availability of a positive answer are adequate. But why should a static memory pool as such be an argument against a human readable heap dump? After all, static pools are not so uncommon -- even java has it (although it rebuilds it from time to time).
Jun
6
revised Adding arrows to axes using pgfplots
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Jun
6
answered Creating interactive plots in tikz with pop-ups