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\documentclass{standalone}
\usepackage{tikz}
\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}
\fill [white] (-1,-0.) rectangle (4.7, 5.7);
\fill [fill=red!90!black] (0,0) to [out=120, in=250] (-0.2,4.2) -- (-0.5,5) -- (-0.3,5.2) -- (1.8,4.5) -- (3.7,5.2) to [out=-70, in=70] (3.9,0) -- (3.2,0.5) to [out=200, in=-20] (0.6,0.5) -- cycle;
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (0.75,3.65) circle [radius=1.3];
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (3.25,3.7) circle [radius=1];

\fill [black] (1.05,3.5) circle [radius=0.45];
\fill [black] (2.9,3.65) circle [radius=0.3];

\fill [white] (1.25,3.5) circle [radius=0.15];
\fill [white] (3.05,3.6) circle [radius=0.12];

\fill [yellow!80!orange] (1.85,3.2) -- (2.35,3.2) -- (2.1,2.6) -- cycle;
\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}

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comment Labeling only one tick mark but having other tick marks on x-axis
Ah, I see what you meant now. Set tick={5,10,...,25}, xticklabels={}, extra x ticks={2}, extra x tick style={xticklabel=\pgfmathprintnumber{\tick}}
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comment Labeling only one tick mark but having other tick marks on x-axis
Isn't that what you wanted? Could you include an image of what you want the final result to look like?
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comment Labeling only one tick mark but having other tick marks on x-axis
Then set xtick={5,...,25}, xticklabels={}, extra x ticks={2}.
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comment Labeling only one tick mark but having other tick marks on x-axis
Set xtick={5,10,...,25}, extra x ticks={2}.
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comment pgfplots very small Y values
@MathiasB: No worries! Good luck =)
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comment pgfplots very small Y values
@MathiasB: Do you have gnuplot installed on your system? Do you enable shell escape when compiling your .tex file (like the error message says, using pdflatex -shell-escape <filename>)?
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answered pgfplots very small Y values
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comment How do I convert a simple raster image to TikZ
At first glance, this seems like a "Please draw this for me" question. However, I think you're asking for a more general workflow for converting raster images to TikZ drawings. Is that correct? In that case, could you maybe generalise your question a bit so it applies to more cases than just this one logo? For example, a better title might be "How do I convert a simple raster image to TikZ?"
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comment PDF for the hypergeometric distribution
@Toño: I'm not sure I understand correctly: Are you plotting hypergeompmf(52,16,10,4)? In that case you're getting what looks like a uniform distribution because you're just plotting a fixed value (you might as well just say \addplot {0.224};). To get a more meaningful, you need to have an independent variable, i.e. x. Try \addplot {hypergeompmf(52,16,10,x)};, for instance.
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comment How can I the draw the curve $f(x)=x^n$?
This site is about the TeX family of typesetting systems. Other software (like Geogebra) is not on topic for this site. Perhaps this question is better suited for superuser.com?
Nov
13
comment Which software is the best one to draw iterative curves?
@Andrej: And PSTricks
Nov
11
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
10
comment Align equations on equal (=) symbol
Please don't downvote below -1. A score of -1 is enough to show that the question needs work. On this site, multiple negative votes are typically reserved for vandalism or spam posts. Please give the poster a chance to revise their question by leaving helpful comments like barbara or Werner did, and not just piling on downvotes within an hour of the question being posted. Also, remember to come back and revert your downvote once the question is improved.
Nov
10
comment Add circle to Smith chart using PGF
Do you need the circle for highlighting a particular point, or is the size of the circle meaningful in terms of the axis units?
Nov
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