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Oct
17
asked Adding extra ticks based on sum of ybar stacked
Apr
7
revised Pgfplotstable and multirow
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Apr
7
comment Pgfplotstable and multirow
This is what I had in mind first, unfortunately this breaks something with the siunitx package, c.f. my edit. Thanks anyway
Apr
2
asked Pgfplotstable and multirow
Jan
30
accepted Scattering a figure with TikZ
Jan
30
comment Scattering a figure with TikZ
I'll accept your answer because you cared to answer and I thank you for that. If you want a more flexible approach (I guess), you can check my code I just posted in update 2. It automatically handles your transform canvas and there is much less copy/past involved if you want to add/remove points (you just need to change two lists). Thanks again for your inputs !
Jan
30
revised Scattering a figure with TikZ
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Jan
28
revised Scattering a figure with TikZ
added 123 characters in body
Jan
28
comment Scattering a figure with TikZ
Thanks, I was lazy and didn't give clip a go, but that works quite well actually (c.f. last edit on my original post)
Jan
19
revised Scattering a figure with TikZ
improved mwe
Jan
19
comment Scattering a figure with TikZ
I'm sorry, I was still thinking about TikZ, what I wanted to do is split the \draw [cyan, xshift=4cm] plot [smooth cycle, tension=0.95] coordinates { (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) }; into multiple \draw [cyan, xshift=4cm] plot [smooth, tension=0.95] coordinates { (a) (b) (c) }; and so on, but the tangents are not aligned by doing so. I'll have a look at asymptote.
Jan
18
awarded  Commentator
Jan
18
comment Scattering a figure with TikZ
I was thinking of doing that, however, I don't know how to 1) draw the path piece by piece 2) make the tangent of each pieces of the path align at the points (a), (c) and (e) easily.
Jan
14
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
14
awarded  Promoter
Jan
9
asked Scattering a figure with TikZ
Jan
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
6
accepted Trend line with pgfplots and dateplots
Jan
3
comment Trend line with pgfplots and dateplots
Unfortunately I can't choose the format of my input datum. I'm willing not to use dateplot, but I still don't clearly see how I can efficiently convert the input date into numeric coordinates, do the regression, and then change the xticklabels (what I have in mind involve creating a column to the table data.dat, and then plotting the new column + modifying the labels, but I'm hoping there is a more efficient "one-liner".
Jan
3
asked Trend line with pgfplots and dateplots