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Jan
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asked Odd result in pgfplots when scale and set layers is used together
Jan
30
answered Only one bullet per subsection in header
Jan
23
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
8
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
8
comment error bars with pgfplots in foreground
Thanks a lot for this well working solution and for the detailed explanation!
Nov
8
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?