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Mar
27
comment Smaller roofs for forest
Couldn't one define a new primitive similar to triangle but with other properties. Or a version of triangle that one can pass a string to which can be used to determine the size? I would prefer this over editing trees and putting separation commands in as in the solution by Gonzalo Medina. We want to use these macros also for unexperienced users and having them chose distances might be problematic.
Mar
27
comment Specifying the distance between levels in forest
Thanks. The text before the example explains that it is an answer to my question, but it is not the best way to display this answer. This example is highly complex. Is the answer to shift all the nodes you want to be lowered manually? Hm.
Mar
27
comment Smaller roofs for forest
Sorry this is just an N with overline. Replaced it by the typewriter version N'.
Mar
27
revised Smaller roofs for forest
deleted 6 characters in body
Mar
27
asked Getting rid of a default where specification
Mar
27
asked Smaller roofs for forest
Mar
27
asked Decreasing the distance between node labels and connecting lines in forest
Mar
27
asked Specifying the distance between levels in forest
Mar
27
asked Making a certain tree style the default for forest
Mar
26
comment Align leaves of a tree
This is the second answer that points me to forrest'. I guess I have to switch. The manual looks highly complex ... Do you have an easy way to center all leave items? "Frau" looks strange since "woman" is wider. tikz-qtree` does this in the same way. So this would have been my next question for tikz-qtree.
Mar
26
asked Align leaves of a tree
Mar
24
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
comment Having nodes at the baseline and in mid-air with tikz-qtree
Thanks. My installation asks me to include ` \usetikzlibrary{calc}`. But then it works.
Mar
2
accepted Having nodes at the baseline and in mid-air with tikz-qtree
Mar
2
asked Having nodes at the baseline and in mid-air with tikz-qtree
Mar
2
comment Drawing arrows to nodes in trees
Thanks! Is there a way to get the left-most V right below the V it points to? The middle and right ones are OK. I will connect to the complete node (v-in) without shifting. The scope and shift solution seems to be problematic if the font size changes because of the absolute positioning. I would stick to the three separate tikzpictures. In fact these are three pictures logically. They are compared in this figure. Does it make sense to have separate tikzpictures?
Mar
1
comment Drawing arrows to nodes in trees
Thanks! But the Vs in the bottom line should not be connected to each other but to special Vs in the representations above them. The leftmost to the only verb that is there, the middle one to the lowest verb and the right-most V to the right V in the tree. But the \node[below ] and the xshift hint was already very helpful!
Mar
1
comment Drawing arrows to nodes in trees
Yes, correct! (did you know that comments must be at least 15 characters in length?) Some people need a lot of words to say yes.
Mar
1
asked aligning several trees to the baseline
Mar
1
asked Drawing arrows to nodes in trees