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comment Tikz: adjusting pin anchor
I feel I could have used better (and more consistent) examples but hopefully this suffices.
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comment Tikz draw an accurate angle in a circle
@Adelyn I've added some explanations. Do they help? The through library is explained in the manual.
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correct code for output and added explanation
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comment Tikz draw an accurate angle in a circle
@percusse I don't think. If I use scale=1 but 2 as the radius for the circle I get the same output. Similar inprecision can be seen with scale=1 and radius of 1.
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comment TikZ \filldraw command acting strange
Isn't this basically a polar plot with changing x factor? For example: \tikz\path[draw=blue!80, fill=blue!20, delta angle=180, y radius=.26] (-90:.26) arc[start angle=-90, x radius=.3] arc[start angle=90, x radius=.34] -- cycle; Related: How can I draw an egg using TikZ?
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comment Tikz: adjusting pin anchor
Am I seeing this correct? You want a pin-node which has a label-node which has yet another node (internally similar to a label)? What is the actual problem with labels/pins in your example? Does How can I set the TikZ label anchor explicitly? help?
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comment Problems when including diagonal line in a table cell
Have you tried using another character instead of "? It is probably clashing with the ngerman option of babel which makes it an active letter (like ~), maybe even english or babel itself.
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revised Tikz draw an accurate angle in a circle
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comment Tikz draw an accurate angle in a circle
Is this a math or a TikZ problem?
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comment Make TikZ figure with scenarios and arrows
(1) Alright, although … OP says "something similar". ;) (2) Ah, I remember that. No response on the bug report (see my answer), though, I'd consider it as such. (3) Note the "might be". Maybe you could just calculate the distance, because the start and end angle are fixed.
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comment Make TikZ figure with scenarios and arrows
I'd move the rectangle before the plots so that it doesn't get drawn over the plot. (It will still require opacity for the filling since the xmajorgrids will be hidden.) However, draw=none might be the usual way to remove the drawing, even visually the same. The drawing of the arcs may be easier with something along the lines of Tikz: joining points on a circle, i.e. using axis cs: for both the start as well as the end point of the arrow.
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comment Modifying the text of labels for pieces in a pie chart
As the pin distance value is accessed outside the node path operator (via append after command) it must be set accordingly. \path[pin distance] (O) -- node[pin=…]{} (225:3); should work as well. (Your solution is not wrong, I just want to add some information.)