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I'm just a single point on a complex plane. I'm not the strongest species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. I always feel restless despite being in the safe zone. You can't teach me anything, but you can stimulate me to think! I am a detail-oriented analyst and interested in almost everything. Consistency, optimization, best-practice, & perfection are always my first priority in mind! Therefore by my questions & answers you'll fully recognize me. I can tell you more but then I have to kill you.

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Best practices

  1. Use pdflatex \input{filename} instead of pdflatex filename.
  2. Don't specify the file extension in \includegraphics.
  3. Divide your project into a main & smaller input files & compile the main with pdflatex.
  4. Put each code snippet 4 either drawing a diagram or making a table into a standalone input file & compile it to produce a PDF.
  5. Define global macros 4 often-used materials, put them into a separate package thereby changing the macros in one place will effect the whole document.
  6. Remove unnecessary packages.
  7. Don't mix different series, families, font size, & shapes, ESPECIALLY IN ONE SENTENCE.
  8. Obey.

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Feb
22
comment How to plot circular polarized electromagnetic wave
It might be worth informing that this blogger does projected animations, but with PSTricks.
Feb
22
revised How to plot circular polarized electromagnetic wave
Removing unnecessary words.
Feb
22
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Feb
22
revised What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
Rephrasing the title to be more specific.
Feb
22
suggested suggested edit on What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
Feb
21
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
21
comment What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
In my opinion, the function should be a polynomial of order 5 because the most right part seems to be concave upward (see the questioner's graph).
Feb
21
comment Check for a valid file before using \includegraphics
Please carefully see the padding on the right of your \framebox, is it equal to the one on the left? I don't think so. The white spaces right after } are also "dangerous".
Feb
21
awarded  graphics
Feb
21
comment Check for a valid file before using \includegraphics
Be careful with white spaces in your code above and you can use \fcolorbox{<rule color>}{<background color>}{<object>} instead of \framebox{\colorbox{...}}.
Feb
21
comment What would the equivalent \setlength commands be for letter and A4 paper?
@jhstuckey: It should be from 2cm to 2.5cm (in my personal preference).
Feb
21
comment What would the equivalent \setlength commands be for letter and A4 paper?
@jhstuckey: I just copied his margins given in your question. It should not be zero in most cases.
Feb
21
answered What would the equivalent \setlength commands be for letter and A4 paper?
Feb
20
comment Get derivative of a function
\pstInterFF[Derivation={<nth derivative of expression 1>,<nth derivative of expression 2>}]{<RPN expression 1>}{<RPN expression 2>}{<starting abscissa>}{<node name>} maybe a good idea. :-)
Feb
20
revised What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
Cleaning the answer and clarifying the "normalized" derivative of f(x).
Feb
20
revised What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
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Feb
20
comment Get derivative of a function
Is there a way to get the nodes (c,f(c)) in which f'(c)=0?
Feb
20
revised What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
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Feb
20
revised What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?
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Feb
20
answered What is the easiest way to plot a function and its tangent lines at the turning points?