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Jun
24
revised Node placement, cycle, and scaling
Extend
Jun
24
comment Node placement, cycle, and scaling
Unfortunately, I'm afraid that does not help me, since I'm interested in more general shapes than squares. I chose a square just for this MWE.
Jun
24
asked Node placement, cycle, and scaling
May
17
asked Interplay of description placement and units
Mar
29
comment Common label for a groupplot
Thank you, I've used your approach, it certainly feels less hackish than mine. :)
Feb
26
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
23
accepted Non-slanted (siunitx style) unit prefixes with pgfplots
Jan
23
asked Non-slanted (siunitx style) unit prefixes with pgfplots
Jan
9
awarded  Yearling
Nov
8
awarded  Excavator
Nov
8
revised LuaLaTeX protrusion problem with Negative value
Add a minimal working example
Nov
8
suggested approved edit on LuaLaTeX protrusion problem with Negative value
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
16
revised Extra vertical space inside mdframed theorem environment
Found it!
Apr
16
answered Extra vertical space inside mdframed theorem environment
Jan
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
15
comment Using pgfplots and gnuplot and compiling with output-directory
Having the same problem, I've investigated a bit. The call to gnuplot is in the function pgfplotgnuplot in the file tex/generic/pgf/modules/pgfmoduleplot.code.tex. The path of the corresponding files is based on \pgfplots@plot@filename in tex/generic/pgfplots/pgfplotscoordprocessing.code.tex; open questions: (1) how do we find out what -output-directory latex was run with? (2) should we make that directory gnuplot's CWD?
Nov
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
2
revised Alignment across nested aligned environments
Finally, a proper standalone setup...