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Nov
21
comment Draw dimension of a line as a decoration in TikZ
I'm using pdflatex and had to terminate the application manually after passing a math symbol to the macro as a label...
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
28
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
21
asked Shortened bibliography style based on abbrv.bst; shortened author list, title omitted
May
15
comment How to programmatically coax pgfplots to recognize nan within surface as matlab does
I note that the desired behavior is achieved with the shading flat rather than the shading interp matlab commands.
May
15
comment How to programmatically coax pgfplots to recognize nan within surface as matlab does
@TorbjørnT, I used the matlab code: EXTRACODE = {'\tikzset{declare function={Ceil(\x)=round(\x+0.49999);}}'}; and EXTRAAXISOPTIONS = {'every axis plot post/.append style={opacity=ceil(\pgfplotspointmetatransformed)}'}; and the call was: matlab2tikz(..., 'extraCode', EXTRACODE, 'extraAxisOptions', EXTRAAXISOPTIONS);. This worked on the first try; I now observe white where NaN's are present in the structure being plotted with pcolor. I appreciate the help.
May
15
awarded  Yearling
May
15
asked How to programmatically coax pgfplots to recognize nan within surface as matlab does
Apr
22
comment Write/export envelope label to an external file
I passed these comments along to Joe; he is most appreciative. Joe did end up pursuing an implementation involving pdftk. Specifically, he opted to write a script in which the burst command is used. He then used the cat command to collate all but the last page and output to a file, letter.pdf. The last of the files generated from the burst is renamed envelope.pdf.
Apr
18
asked Write/export envelope label to an external file
Apr
15
comment basic beamerposter example, keyval error
@dcmst, I have implemented the suggested changes. It now works like a charm. Thanks!
Apr
15
asked basic beamerposter example, keyval error
Apr
15
accepted Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
Apr
15
comment Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
Thank you very much; I see no issue with the compiled result.
Apr
15
comment Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
@StevenB.Segletes, Thanks for the revision, I have attached my output; I'm still seeing a gap between the top of the header area and the top of the image and text. I also note that changing the value associated with the textwidth option of the geometry package call on my system is not showing any thinning or broadening of the text. I don't understand why there is no effect.
Apr
15
revised Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
adding supplementary material
Apr
15
comment Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
Thank you very much for the suggestions. I have edited the initial question, adding a supplementary figure, which is what I get when I compile the code suggested above. I'm not sure why there is a discrepancy between your output and mine. Could my system be getting default geometry settings from some configuration file? Also, my motivation in using \fancyhead[R] is to place the image and text in the rightmost third of the header. The supplementary output shows the image and text occupying the entire header.
Apr
15
revised Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
Added supplementary material
Apr
15
asked Vertical alignment of image an text within tabular environment placed in header using fancyhdr package
Apr
15
revised Using catchfile and envlab packages
Added a more complete working solution