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Jan
17
comment In TikZ, is it possible to nest nodes?
You can use \phantom to create empty space the size of some text and precede it with \rlap to make that overlap the empty space. E.g. \rlap{text}\phantom{longer text}. Use \llap for overlapping from the other side, e.g. \phantom{longer text}\llap{text}. This works anywhere because these are TeX primitives. See also tug.org/TUGboat/tb22-4/tb72perlS.pdf
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
15
comment TikZ: How to draw an arrow in the middle of the line?
The original asked for a TikZ solution, not a pstricks one.
Nov
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awarded  Critic
Nov
19
accepted Making mixed trees with and without text-containing nodes
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
18
comment Making mixed trees with and without text-containing nodes
How will I reference the branching points (say for pointing an arrow at them) without having a node there? Is there a way to place a node with no height and no width?
Nov
18
comment Making mixed trees with and without text-containing nodes
tikz-qtree, as your example shows, adds a unary branch between the leaf nodes and the elements beneath them. I don’t like that style for various reasons, so I’ve been rolling my own trees instead.
Nov
17
awarded  Student
Nov
17
comment Making mixed trees with and without text-containing nodes
The branch above the bottommost, joining “Φ” and “NP”, is the problem in the screenshot above. The parent branch should end at the same y-value as the one that ends at the “Nml” node, but instead it ends up a bit lower and hence the angle is not the same as the others.
Nov
17
asked Making mixed trees with and without text-containing nodes
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
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answered Biblatex: Changing the font of citation-marks and the references?