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Jan
25
answered Centering tables in document class apa6
Jan
24
answered How to typeset imperial/US customary units, especially in combination with SI/metric units
Jan
24
comment How to typeset imperial/US customary units, especially in combination with SI/metric units
Ok, I'll add it as an actual answer.
Jan
24
comment How to typeset imperial/US customary units, especially in combination with SI/metric units
If you're uncomfortable with the command names, why not \let\DeclareUSUnit\DeclareSIUnit and \let\US\SI and then you can declare and typset the US units with those commands. We can call this the therapeutic solution. :-)
Jan
19
revised How can I make circle plots?
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Jan
19
reviewed Approve Matching arrowheads in TikZ with math mode arrowheads
Jan
18
comment Horizontal hierarchy tree in tikz-qtree: bad layout for longer node-names
There's a couple of solutions here Drawing a directory listing a la the tree command in TikZ that might be helpful.
Jan
18
comment How can I make circle plots?
Most treemaps use rectangles instead of circles. If you could use those, there's an R package for doing that. See this blog for a very straightforward tutorial.
Jan
18
comment almost APA formatting?
Alternatively, if you have the actual APA specifications, you can probably set up the sectioning easily using the titlesec package. There are plenty of examples on the site of its use.
Jan
16
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Jan
15
comment Caption for longtable in Sweave
Nice answer. And welcome to TeX.sx. We get quite a few Sweave questions here, but not as many people who are skilled in it, so feel free to answer more of them!
Jan
15
comment How to align a vertical tree to the upper-left corner?
@RobW The * prevents the command from containing \par. See What's the difference between \newcommand and \newcommand*? for the complete story. As for dynamically inserting the fork, I don't see a simple way since the nodes in the matrix aren't themselves dynamically created. You could define a command to insert an end node like the following: \newcommand*\endnode[1]{#1\myfork} and then use \endnode{R} etc. to insert the nodes you want to have the fork. That's semantically clearer, but doesn't save you much typing.
Jan
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
15
revised Is there a TeX for OS X that I can compile from sources myself without major troubles?
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Jan
15
answered Is there a TeX for OS X that I can compile from sources myself without major troubles?
Jan
14
accepted biblatex: How to remove the parentheses around the year in authoryear style?
Jan
14
comment How to align a vertical tree to the upper-left corner?
You could construct the fork with \newcommand*\myfork{\ensuremath{{-\mkern-20mu <}}} and then add that to the relevant nodes. To keep the alignment, set text width=1em in the \matrix options.
Jan
12
revised Plotting the chi square distribution with TikZ
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Jan
12
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
12
comment Citations aren't working in included file
This should work, and does for me (using a different .bst file, since the pjgsm.bst I found online seems to have an error. But that shouldn't make any difference.) When you compile your file what does the log or the console output show when you run the bibtex part of the compilation?