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Jun
13
revised TikZ drawing (half-dashed circles in different planes)
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Jun
12
comment Text alignment below horizontal axis with Tikz
Related: Q107227, Q134983 and many more.
Jun
12
comment Naming pic just like I can name nodes in tikz
No, that's exactly what a pic is not able to do. However, if there are nodes inside a pic, these can be referenced by <pic name>-<node name>. Check the last two pages of the section on pics in the PGFmanual. Related: Q176900, Q185285, Q194362, Q241719; especially the latter.
Jun
7
comment Edge weights with TikZ graphs
Aaaah, yes. The problem is the every node style. It is also applied to the edge nodes. You will need to declare an own style for the dots which you will need to use at those nodes you alread have. (A separate style for the edge node is usually also helpful.)
Jun
7
comment Edge weights with TikZ graphs
Try it out for yourself: \draw (16) -- node {weight} (34); Why ask about computer-generation. There is a lot of trigonometric calculation going on in your code.Do you know that TikZ knows polar coordinates: (<angle>:<distance>). With the calc library, you can easily add different coordinates and such.
Jun
7
comment Edge weights with TikZ graphs
Well, you haven't yet added any nodes to the code. (I guess that is what you mean with "edge weights"?) Is this code computer-generated?
Jun
7
reviewed Close Footnote - larger than textwidth
Jun
7
comment How to use `\texorpdfstring`. Characters disappear
@ROLF It works for me, given that \textsubscript is defined (which neither report nor hyperref nor fixltx2e (deprecated anyway) do).
Jun
7
comment How to use `\texorpdfstring`. Characters disappear
\texorpdfstring takes two arguments: the first is typeset into the document, the second one is put in the bookmark. So \textorpdfstring{\textsubscript{2}}{2} for example.
Jun
7
comment Drawing a circuit
node[above left]{$(0; 6{,}5)$}? What is the question? What is the problem?
Jun
7
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Jun
7
answered Special connexion with a node (TikZ)
Jun
6
awarded  Revival
Jun
6
revised Using TikZ to modify List of Figures using etoolbox
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Jun
6
answered Using TikZ to modify List of Figures using etoolbox
Jun
6
comment Draw dipole field lines
I suggest \draw circle[radius=1]; \clip (-5,-3) rectangle (5,3) (0,0) circle[radius=1]; and then draw away. For example: \foreach \val in {2,3,5,8,12,20,50,140} \draw[delta angle=360] (0,0) arc[start angle=0, y radius=\val, x radius=2*\val] -- cycle (0,0) arc[start angle=180, y radius=\val, x radius=2*\val] -- cycle;
Jun
6
comment Draw dipole field lines
What is the mathematical description of these field lines? Have you tried to paths with various in and out angles? Or plain ellipses? What is the problem you have? What is the connection between your image and your code?
Jun
6
comment How can I make the loops fatter?
loop left is defined as left, out=195, in=165, loop (left is for the nodes, loop includes settings for looseness, min distance and the every loop style). So the angles are hard-coded. However you could define something like wider loop left/.style={left, out=220, in=140, loop}. If you want a more flexible approach, you can do that … — By the way, with every loop/.style you overwrite everything in that style, this is the reason why there's no arrow. Use .append style if you don't want to overwrite settings.
Jun
6
comment TikZ align nodes with different heights
Related: Q107227. Please see also Q9386. Have you considered doing this in a matrix?
Jun
6
revised Error message: “I've inserted a begin-math/end-math symbol…”
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