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Apr
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answered framed equations
Apr
10
answered Black and white emphasis for \boxed?
Apr
10
answered Boxed equation with number
Apr
9
awarded  Revival
Apr
9
answered Block diagram using TikZ
Apr
9
comment How do you make a tight box using \begin{framed} and how do you skiplines in it?
Or just: \newtcbox{\tightbox}{colback=white,size=tight,varwidth upper}
Apr
9
answered Drawing stacking of layers or plates
Apr
9
revised Adding LONG labels to formula - not using “remember picture” option
edited title
Apr
9
comment defining a function in tikz
I don't know how \def works, but with \newcommand{\qfuncta}[1]{0.5*erfc(#1/sqrt(2))} and gnuplot{\qfuncta{sqrt(10^(0.1*x))}};, or just gnuplot{0.5*erfc(sqrt(10^(0.1*x))/sqrt(2))};, I obtain similar results to your use of \qfunctb.
Apr
9
revised Stacking rectangles with unequal dimensions
added 1 character in body
Apr
9
comment how to use showlabels package in IEEEtran class
If instead of IEEEeqnarray a regular equation is used, it works.
Apr
9
comment Usage of bm in beamer
Your document also works with MikTeX
Apr
9
revised Stacking rectangles with unequal dimensions
added 600 characters in body
Apr
9
answered Tikz - change symbol of pmos
Apr
9
answered Adding captions to aligned images in beamer
Apr
9
comment Insert a figure in the first page of a one-page document
Do you need to use IEEEtran?
Apr
9
comment Specifying markers in tikzpicture
If not duplicate, at least related with tex.stackexchange.com/a/134368/1952
Apr
9
comment Modify CambridgeUS theme in beamer
@Darko. I've updated the answer.
Apr
9
revised Modify CambridgeUS theme in beamer
changing footline and headline colors
Apr
9
comment Insert a figure in the first page of a one-page document
Please read sections about float placement and two column figures and tables in IEEEtran documentation: "IEEE journals strongly favor the positioning of floats to the top of the page and rarely, if ever, use bottom floats." You can use package stfloats to force a figure* at bottom of page, but I think from second page. One column figures can be placed on top of second column in first page.