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comment How to automatically draw a graph?
@domotorp Specifically you need TikZ/PGF v3.00. Probably you need to update your distribution too.
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answered Tikz animation never stop compiling
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comment Tikz animation never stop compiling
I'm guessing but try with int(\i+2) in the evaluate of foreach. I don't think \only is that smart.
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reviewed Leave Open How to automatically draw a graph?
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comment How to automatically draw a graph?
@T.Verron If updated yes, otherwise there is no point merging with an old question. So it's not fair to close a question as a duplicate before the general one is updated. Especially when a question mentions an old answer.
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comment How to automatically draw a graph?
@Andrestand If you feel like it yes please do. But it's not strictly required in this case. We rather work on guidance/community agreement bases. Reviewers Don't you read any meta questions?
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comment How to automatically draw a graph?
@Andrestand That's a pretty old reference. TikZ now has a fullblown graphdrawing library.
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awarded  pstricks
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reviewed Leave Open I'm interested in using tikz on a mac.
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reviewed Looks OK I'm interested in using tikz on a mac.
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reviewed Leave Open Able to have pgfgantt move bars based on dependancies
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answered Automatically generate graphics which shows light diffusion on a rough surface
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revised Passing stack data to tikz node names
minor formatting
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comment Automatic spacing of symbols
@Nicolas They won't stop reading if you change your style to a normalized, simplified version. Tradition is strong, but not as much as you think.
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answered Automatic spacing of symbols
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comment Horizontal Movement of a Rotated Label in PGFPLOTS
Don't use pos use anchor=west
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reviewed Reviewed No page numbers in the appendix of book
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reviewed Close Downdated TeX-Files?
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revised Moving a tick mark
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comment How to curve a Tikz node?
Why don't you simply draw it especially if you don't have text? Why do you need nodes?