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comment Tikz bar chart example without power
Hi busprom, welcome to the site! I think this might be a duplicate of tex.stackexchange.com/q/9803/2552
Apr
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reviewed Approve Tikz bar chart example without power
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comment TikZ set node label position more precisely
@Casimir: This is probably due to the inner sep padding of the pin node. Try setting every pin/.style=draw to see where the space comes from, or every pin/.style={inner sep=0pt} to remove the padding.
Apr
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comment TikZ set node label position more precisely
@Casimir: Sure, that's what pin is for: pin={[pin distance=1cm]30:label}
Apr
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comment pgfplots boxplot first column as draw position
Related (the basis of the code sample): tex.stackexchange.com/q/117435/2552
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Apr
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answered How to fill the parameters of `boxplot prepared` with data from table using PGFPlots?
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Apr
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comment pgfplots: how to make the axis thick?
Hi Peter, welcome to the site! It's not obvious in your screenshot, but the axis lines actually are thicker. Try a more extreme example, like setting axis line style=ultra thick or axis line style={line width=2pt}.
Apr
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comment Undesired jitter in pgfplots when consecutive values are close
Related (duplicate?): tex.stackexchange.com/q/284389/2552
Apr
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reviewed Approve Problem related with aligned
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reviewed Approve Tufte like axis with pgfplots
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comment Printed figure different than the tikz one
It's hard to tell without seeing your code or your data, but you could try clipping your data by setting restrict x to domain=0:50, restrict y to domain=0:0.1
Apr
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comment Boundary not shown when drawing grid lattice with tikz
Yes, this is a known precision issue, see tex.stackexchange.com/q/13834/2552. In your case, you could work around the problem by drawing all the grids starting from the origin and shifting them horizontally, using something like \draw [xshift=3.2cm, step=0.4cm] (0,0) grid (1.2,2); for the Type 2 grid.
Apr
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comment circle symbol instead of star symbol in rating
The star code is from tex.stackexchange.com/q/11390/2552, right? Maybe for your purposes, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/301012/… works better.