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comment How to create this type of logo in latex?
You can start with: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/155598/…
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comment How can I make a figure that includes sub-figures at multiple-rows but different number of columns?
Instead of a tabular with two rows use two tabulars with one row each, the first with two columns and the second with three.
Dec
12
comment Edge weights and node labels
I'd suggest to read pgfmanual section 3 "Tutorial: A Petri-Net for Hagen". There you can find "Adding Labels next to nodes" and "Adding Labels next to lines" which is what you want to know.
Dec
12
comment How to draw the following GERT network node diagram using tikz
@RameshKannan: Glad to help you. I didn't inserted \usepackage{tikz} in my code because tikz option in standalone.cls already does it. If you use any other class (article, book, ...) you have to include it.
Dec
11
comment Reproducing image of a spiral using TikZ
@Kpym You're right. I've always thought it was necessary to close drawing area even when initial coordinate was also the last one. But I was wrong.
Dec
11
comment Reproducing image of a spiral using TikZ
@Kpym What about (-1.5,-1) \foreach \i in {1,-1} {cos ++(.5*\i,1*\i) sin ++(.5*\i,1*\i) -- ++(\i,0)} -- cycle; ?
Dec
11
comment Why do TikZ Bézier curves print as rectangles when part of a closed path?
I've not tried to print it, but compiled with pdflatex (MikTeX) and converted to ps with pdf2ps, the result is correct.
Dec
11
comment How to draw a shape like file archives?
I think you can find a similar example in pgfmanual. If I'm not wrong is the example for \newshape. Some preaction will reproduce two or three times to look like your example.
Dec
11
comment TikZ: use-provide UML-style
@Celelibi I completely rewrite the answer. I hope it solves your doubts now. If it's still not enough, please insist.
Dec
11
comment Milestone graphic in TikZ with rectangles
You want something like a Gantt char, do you know pgfgantt?
Dec
11
comment Convert image to code (TikZ? PSTricks?)
If you accept a brute force solutions, you can try drawing by hand (tikz, pstricks, ...) over your pdf figures as background and one finished forget the background figure. This answer can be helpful in this case: tex.stackexchange.com/a/9562/1952
Dec
11
comment Convert image to code (TikZ? PSTricks?)
I don't know any program which can convert from pdf to tikz, pstricks, ... but both figures can be easily drawn with any of these tools if you know their mathematical expression and experimental values.
Dec
10
comment Draw connections between elements in logical circuits with tikzpicture
Do you know you could use node[nand gate, inputs=nnnn](NAND1){} instead of manually adding two more inputs?
Dec
5
comment Quote Environment à la Strunk’s ‘The Elements of Style’
@ThomasF.Sturm after= works when tcolorbox width is \textwidth, but not when it is shorter like in this case.
Dec
5
comment Quote Environment à la Strunk’s ‘The Elements of Style’
@ThomasF.Sturm But without after=\par, initial centering doesn't work and begin{center}...\end{center} introduces undesired vertical space before and after the box.
Dec
5
comment tcolorbox, equations and indentation
Sure. I will also wait for an answer.
Dec
5
comment tcolorbox, equations and indentation
I think it's tcolorbox normal behavior. Take a look at egreg's comment in tex.stackexchange.com/a/212020/1952
Dec
5
comment Where can I find the resources to create a preview progam like qtikz?
Related: What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) for PGF/TikZ?
Dec
5
comment arrows: flipping |<->| when the node is too big
Another possible solution: tex.stackexchange.com/a/14906/1952
Dec
4
comment What is difference between template's `background` and `background canvas`?
Take a look at How does beamer build the frame?