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Jun
14
comment tikz matrix align/decorate cellpictures
@ted: Now I think you just want two align several tikzpictures into a tabular. You can do it \begin{tabular}{cc}\begin{tikzpicture}...\end{tikzpicture}&\begin{tikzpicture}.‌​..\end{tikzpicture}\\ \begin{tikzpicture}... \end{tabular}. Is it what you want?
Jun
14
revised tikz matrix align/decorate cellpictures
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Jun
14
answered tikz matrix align/decorate cellpictures
Jun
13
revised Distance of the labels from the axis
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Jun
13
revised table doesn't work with baposter
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Jun
13
revised baposter wiki excerpt
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Jun
13
wiki created baposter excerpt
Jun
13
suggested suggested edit on baposter tag wiki excerpt
Jun
13
revised How to center the box header text in baposter
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Jun
13
answered How to center the box header text in baposter
Jun
13
answered Looking for an appropriate icon for figures, one for tables and one for pages referring
Jun
13
answered Is there a \camera symbol?
Jun
12
comment Chapter Dependency Diagram in Latex
May be prerequisite chartexample is usefull for you. prerexpackage is in CTAN.
Jun
12
revised How to enforce the text filled in flowchart follow single line space?
delete tikz tag
Jun
11
answered How to convert an A5 document (PS or PDF) to an A4 document (PDF)?
Jun
11
comment Mindmap sibling angle in Tikz
Means that sibling angle has to be defined for every level, it's not possible to apply it to a particular concept. If you want to apply diferent angles to every concept whithin a certain level, you must use grow or at syntax.
Jun
11
comment Mindmap sibling angle in Tikz
The original source for your example is pgfmanual. There you find a comment which says note that 'sibling angle' can only be defined in 'level 1 concept/.append style={}'.
Jun
11
comment Mindmap sibling angle in Tikz
Within the example that you suggested: Scientific interactions, syntax child [grow=-10, level distance=160] is used to place child at certain angle and distance from its parent concept. Is this what you want?
Jun
11
comment Using the perpendicular coordinate system with tikzmark
I don't know where do you want to place x and y, but \node (x) at ({pic cs:a} -| mark) {x}; draws x over p.
Jun
10
comment How to fix layering with the 3d package?
May be circular-arrow-in-3d-to-indicate-a-unit-axis-rotation and symbol-for-rotate-around-axis can help you.