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Jan
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answered Only one bullet per subsection in header
Jan
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asked Only one bullet per subsection in header
Nov
26
comment How to draw a dashed line with *-mark + error marks + a line in foreground in the same plot with pgfplots?
Thank you so much for this answer! You have solved all my problems in a very easy way! Thanks again!
Nov
26
accepted How to draw a dashed line with *-mark + error marks + a line in foreground in the same plot with pgfplots?
Nov
26
asked How to draw a dashed line with *-mark + error marks + a line in foreground in the same plot with pgfplots?
Nov
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
8
comment error bars with pgfplots in foreground
Thanks for editing my question! It is great that one can copy the data directly from here now.
Nov
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accepted error bars with pgfplots in foreground
Nov
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comment error bars with pgfplots in foreground
Thanks a lot for this well working solution and for the detailed explanation!
Nov
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asked error bars with pgfplots in foreground
Oct
28
comment pgfplots with 2 x axis, misalignment of upper x xticklabels
Thanks a lot for this easy, well working trick!!
Oct
28
accepted pgfplots with 2 x axis, misalignment of upper x xticklabels
Oct
28
asked pgfplots with 2 x axis, misalignment of upper x xticklabels
Oct
24
accepted Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots
Oct
24
comment Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots
Thank you Christian and thank you @Luigi for solving my problem and giving a detailed answer! In future I will chose only three points to be on my hyperplane and the forth to be somewhere else. P.S.: Just a general remark: Thank you Christian for your wonderful TikZ and pgfplots! I could not work without them! Herzlichen Dank!
Oct
24
comment Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots
Thanks @Christian: I guess you get other coordinates because the size changed a bit after uploading. Yes, the figure is a part of a cone. I plotted one more graphics so that one can see that I read out the coordinates correctly (I multiply x,y by 10^9,z by 10^6). If I follow you advice and use the red dot, I get a good result! One can check this by using my first pic of my post and the coordinates (353,754.7,196)=>(46,517-393),(356,757,198)=>(254,517-94),(353,758.5,198)=>(121,‌​517-0),(354.5,753.3,198)=> (73,517-95) instead of the original (356,753.3,196)=>(156,517-515). Well, it works! But why?
Oct
24
awarded  Editor
Oct
24
revised Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots
adding a graphics as support
Oct
24
comment Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots
Thanks for the feedback. I tried to change with e.g. z post scale=2 etc. the axis scaling, but nothing works. The funny thing is: If I make a 3D plot just of my points, I get almost what I want. But I still cannot manage it for my desired plot. Do you or others can give a bit more help?
Oct
23
asked Problem with external graphics and 3D pgfplots