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Aug
20
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
The problem about using either figure* or table*, latex does not let me where to put my array. It just locates it at the beginning of the next page. When i use \begin{figure*}[H] with \usepackage{float} to force it to be the place that i wrote the code, the equation (array) disappears.
Aug
14
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
And when i use \begin{figures*}[H] to force figure be at the point i wrote the code, then the equation disappears. I also added \usepackage{float} to the beginning of my file
Aug
14
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
@barbarabeeton: I want it stays the line that i wrote the code
Aug
14
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
@Werner: i am really not sure whether am i allow to use or not.
Aug
14
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
@GonzaloMedina: i use \documentclass[a4paper, 10pt, conference]{ieeeconf}
Aug
14
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
@barbarabeeton: good idea! actually it works, however it put the matrix (array) in the beginning of next page. I just want my matrix stay in same place but use both columns of page.
Aug
13
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Aug
13
comment How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?
@AstroPig7 : I do not want to be separate and be in next page. I want to be in the same page and use both columns of page.
Aug
13
asked How can I write a matrix using the whole page width in a two-colum document?