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comment place colorbar in subfloat array
@martin, thank you for accepting the answer, but you don't have to do it if it doesn't solve the problem. You can wait some more time to see if someone else provides a better solution.
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comment place colorbar in subfloat array
@martin I wanted to say: \subfloat[][]{\label{figur:3}\fbox{\includegraphics[width=3cm]{Depth_n_10m_cy_6‌​_rot_0.png}}} and \fbox{\begin{tikzpicture}...\end{tikzpicture}}
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comment place colorbar in subfloat array
@martin I understand that the colorbar is the same for all graphics, then did you considered to include it horizontally and centered on top or bottom of your figure? This way subfloats alignment will be vertically and horizontally correct and the alignment problem for the bar disappears. This is just a suggestion.
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comment place colorbar in subfloat array
I think they are already aligned. Try adding a \fbox around ìmg3 and another one around tikzpicture and you'll see what I mean.
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comment Shading inside a triangle when the coordinates of one vertex are calculated by TikZ
@user74973 The manual is also in your system, type "texdoc pgfmanual" from command line. For MikTeX I use "texdoc --view pgfmanual". Documentation for all packages can be read with previous command. All files are under doc folder inside TeX main folder.
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comment Shading inside a triangle when the coordinates of one vertex are calculated by TikZ
@user74973 It's discussed at chapter 43 in TikZ manual 3.0
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comment Simple TikZ Diagram - curved line with multiple controls
@TomOffer This is tikz syntax, not hobby. x|y shifts displaces the coordinate. M1.210 means the coordinate on node's border at angle 210
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comment Shading inside a triangle when the coordinates of one vertex are calculated by TikZ
@Alenanno I also did it wrong with the first test. ;-)
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comment How to add vertical lines at the extreme left and right of a poster using beamer
@Renaud If same code works in overleaf, probably is a problem with an outdated package. I'd suggest to update. Most recent version is TeX Live 2014 and 2015 is under production.
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comment Get node text inside filled region in tikz
Something like \node[fill=white] at (55,25) {DB};? Did you considered to use [pgfplots ](pgfplots.net/tikz/examples/tag/functions) for this kind of graphs?
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comment How does the stripcommand in the pgfmanual file work?
tcolorbox also includes a library for typing documentation.
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comment Add titles for rows and columns in a subfloat
In any case It would be good that you include complete examples and not just snippets. If you show us which \documentclass ans packages are you using, it's easier to help you. Please read what's a minimal working example (MWE)
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comment Add titles for rows and columns in a subfloat
Then, I think you should start with the accepted answer in your previous question and only ask "how to fit this in ope page" because the first part of your question is already solved.
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comment Add titles for rows and columns in a subfloat
Where's the difference with tex.stackexchange.com/questions/239602/…?
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comment How to add vertical lines at the extreme left and right of a poster using beamer
@Renaud: Do you compile it twice? When using overlays and remember pictures, two compilations are nedded before getting the correct result. is this the problem?
Apr
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comment Draw picture of electric transformer
Related: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/154260/…
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comment How to add vertical lines at the extreme left and right of a poster using beamer
@Renaud I've updated the answer with a shorter solution. For your problem with different results, I'd suggest to delete all auxiliary files in your working folder and start again with compilation. Or even start again in a new empty folder. Also test what version packages do you use in your system compared with overlef. \listfiles (that you already included) shows all information in .log file.
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comment Draw between shapes in Tikz
If you want to draw a line "at a 90 degree angle to the surface of the circle" I think you need a 3D representation. And if you want a line "at a 90 degree angle to the border of the circle", I think that all lines going to circle center are valid. So I understand "the angle of incidence for the line on all three circles is 0 degrees" but not the "i.e.".
Apr
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comment Draw between shapes in Tikz
Replace last five lines with \foreach \i in {sa,sc,icc,ecsoc,sg} \draw (ga)--(\i);
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comment Draw intervals with overbrace descriptions
You can swap coordinates as Bordaigorl suggested or add decoration=mirror in drawing options.