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revised Start new page with each part
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Apr
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answered Start new page with each part
Apr
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answered Overarrow in latex
Apr
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comment Vector vs. Raster: Is there any reason to include (larger) vector images into a LaTeX document?
@Szczypawka --- Some complex images (e.g. shaded contour plots with large numbers of different regions) can be difficult to represent as vector graphics, and in those cases bitmaps may work better. However, for an image such as yours, a (decent) vector representation will give better quality and smaller size. There is no need to use a vector representation, but then there is no need to use LaTeX. You can write your document in Word and draw your diagrams using Paint.
Apr
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answered Vector vs. Raster: Is there any reason to include (larger) vector images into a LaTeX document?
Apr
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comment Vector vs. Raster: Is there any reason to include (larger) vector images into a LaTeX document?
@Jake --- that beats my 2.9K xfig version! I think the original file was created by Adobe Illustrator, which is the work of Satan.
Apr
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comment Vector vs. Raster: Is there any reason to include (larger) vector images into a LaTeX document?
A 147 Kb vector graphic representing that image is woefully inefficient.
Apr
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awarded  spacing
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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comment Errors in Gnuplot figures after converting DVI to PS/PDF
Can you make the eps file available for download and add a link here?
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
27
reviewed Close Font not found error fontspec using WinEdt in Windows
Mar
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reviewed Close How to compile a file to view in .pdf file in texStudio
Mar
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reviewed Close How to change language of Scientific WorkPlace?
Mar
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reviewed Close XeLaTeX with fontspec not recognizing ANY fonts on a windows platform (with miktex)
Mar
26
comment Aligning the equations and equation numbers correctly
Well, 16cm is about 455pt, but \documentclass[12pt,twoside,a4paper] sets \textwidth to 390pt, so it's no wonder things overrun the margin. It's usually better to use fractions of \textwidth for minipages. Beyond that, it's hard to see exactly what you want; perhaps you could upload a picture to illustrate this.
Mar
25
revised please help me to draw this diagram bpmn
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Mar
24
answered Is there a \ding symbol for a house?
Mar
23
comment Compile a paper using NSP instructions
@Johannes_B --- I didn't actually look at the code. The psfig package must have been deprecated for about 20 years!