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Jul
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comment McKinsey curve in pgfplots (creating continuous cost curves)
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Jul
21
revised how to draw a diagram that forks out, then joins in the middle then forks out again?
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Jul
21
answered how to draw a diagram that forks out, then joins in the middle then forks out again?
Jul
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comment how to draw a diagram that forks out, then joins in the middle then forks out again?
That’s what I feared. Could you add images of one or two of the “trees” you want to draw? Depending on the complexity and the treeiness I can see solutions using tikz-qtree (or any tree-growing packages/libraries), chains, purely the positioning library and a little manual labor or maybe even a matrix/tikz-cd with manually drawn lines.
Jul
21
comment how to draw a diagram that forks out, then joins in the middle then forks out again?
I agree here with @SeanAllred, at least for the library part. Is this the only tree you want to draw? How much un-tree-y would your diagrams get? In this simple case (i.e. one tree down, one tree up where the last generation connects to one node) you could use the link tree style from my answer to How to reflect duplicating a tree horizontally?
Jul
21
comment Whitespace as wide as a character
\phantom also produces vertical white space (though, most times this will not matter). For only horizontal white space, use \hphantom, for vertical, \vphantom.
Jul
21
comment Node shapes in TikZ
I’ll retract my duplicate vote. The linked question seems like a duplicate but the original image is different, though Claudio’s answer is much more organized than the answers here. Shall we merge the answers anyway?
Jul
21
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Jul
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revised TikZ picture shapes
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comment TikZ picture shapes
May I suggest a improvement of predefined process? Instead of the current append after command style, I’d use two lines that are dependent of inner xsep so that they never cross the text box. The factor 0.15 may give surprising results for different text widths.
Jul
20
revised Displaying genetic algorithms on data
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Jul
20
answered Displaying genetic algorithms on data
Jul
20
reviewed Approve bashful tag wiki
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20
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Jul
20
comment Suppressing = on a line in the align environment
It can get much cleaner if you define \newcommand*{\pheq}{\hphantom{{}={}}} (or with \mathrel but with h).
Jul
20
answered TikZ Matrix - How can I align content horizontally which is spanning over multiple cells/rows?
Jul
20
comment TikZ Matrix - How can I align content horizontally which is spanning over multiple cells/rows?
If you use minimum width instead of text width for the rolle nodes you can get rid of the Underful \hbox warnings. Related: Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
Jul
20
comment Alignment problem of empty cells when doing multirow/multicolumn cells in TikZ matrices
@PaulGaborit Correct.