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I'm a research and teaching assistant at the Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems at the University of Stuttgart.


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Mar
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comment How to plot functions like ‎‎‎‎‎x=f(y)‎‎ using TikZ?
I'm not sure I understand your question properly. Do you have an expression for f(y) or do you want to determine the inverse of a function f(x)? Or do you just want to change the name of the variable in your plot? Would \draw[domain=0:2,variable=\y] plot({f(\y)},\y); work for you?
Mar
20
comment How to type “Erdos”?
The double acute accent can also be produced with \H{} for non-unicode input, so Erd\H{o}s
Mar
19
answered Controlling the indentation of the second line in a list
Mar
19
comment Controlling the indentation of the second line in a list
Finally, if you need a leftmargin of 3ex, you can also use align=parleft, which creates a parbox for the label, and then manually increase labelsep.
Mar
19
comment Controlling the indentation of the second line in a list
Ok, have you tried leftmargin=* instead of leftmargin=3ex? (Together with align=left) Or will that mess with your layout?
Mar
19
comment Controlling the indentation of the second line in a list
What about omitting align=left and increasing leftmargin a bit?
Mar
19
comment Too narrow S-column in siunitx
Is there a problem if you leave out the table-format option, i.e. just let siunitx center the content decimally without explicitly specifying the width?
Mar
19
comment how to draw a block/flow diagram for a code in tikz
There are some excellent examples in the TikZ/PGF manual (perhaps look at the tutorial "Putting a Diagram in Chains" in Section I.5) or also in the CS area of TeXample.net which may be helpful for your case. The node sizes can be easily configured using, e.g., the text width and minimum height parameters.
Mar
19
comment Using \item within \newcommand
Welcome to TeX.sx! Please add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
Mar
18
revised Aligning equations in multiple places
Inline code sample highlighting
Mar
18
suggested suggested edit on Aligning equations in multiple places
Mar
18
comment Tikz add arrows to multiple segments of a `\draw` command
+1 Very nice solution! I'd thought of using edges first, too, but didn't think of your clever |- style declaration.
Mar
18
comment Fitting as a background to nodes in multiple pictures
That's very commendable!
Mar
18
comment Fitting as a background to nodes in multiple pictures
You could also try adding the option baseline=-1ex to your first two tikzpictures to get nicer baseline alignment.
Mar
18
answered Fitting as a background to nodes in multiple pictures
Mar
18
comment Problems with eqalign
Isn't \eqalign plain TeX? If you're using amsmath anyway, I would recommend just using an align environment, i.e. \begin{align} a_1 &= 1+2+3\\ a_1+a_2 &= ... \end{align}
Mar
18
comment Modify single page size and insert image
Have you tried the lscape or pdflscape packages?
Mar
18
answered how to fill intersection of 2 shapes in latex tikz package