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comment Where to define new TikZ commands
Wouldn't that also accept (unwanted) usage like \centerarc[thick] Foo (1,2) Bar (10:20:1)?
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comment How to make my ugly graph look nice?
@Piero, that's another question. I'm sure it is already answered somewhere on tex.SE.
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comment How to make my ugly graph look nice?
@jarauh, while it might be possible, I would do the analysis outside of your latex document.
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comment TikZ - How can I filldraw areas spanned over an arc?
+1, very clever. I would though draw the filled rectangles before the grid, so you can use opaque filling colors
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comment How to make my ugly graph look nice?
@jarauth, for the second point: the x axis represents usually the parameter which was varied by the experimenter. It's not an incident that the first current value is at 0A and the last at the round value of 4A. It's the setup of the measurement. You have less control for the y axis, because those values are the result of the measurement. The choosen axes ranges in my example reflecting this circumstance. The zero is special here. If the smallest measured force would have been 1 mN, I'd still use zero as the lower bound.
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comment How to make my ugly graph look nice?
@jarauh, to the first point: very often you do not need the exact values of every point. More important is the shape and the rough values. In the text the author probably mention the slope. In the cases were you really need exact values you can still take a ruler to read them off.
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comment Alternative for caption in AAAI template
What do you mean with the caption environment? Are you talking about the caption package or the caption command?
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comment Improving a workflow for importing BibTeX citations
@tc88, most if not all proceeding articles, which I have cited, were published in a citable journal, so I did not bother to change the bib entry type from @ARTICLE to @INPROCEEDING.
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