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comment Specifying the point via “intersection of” in TikZ - a problem
@UlrikeFischer Probably not. there is this example in the key syntax though: \coordinate (X) at (intersection cs:first line={(A)--(B)}, second line={(E)--(F)});
Feb
1
comment Specifying the point via “intersection of” in TikZ - a problem
@MadHatter It looks for stripped coordinates in the form of {#1--#2}
Feb
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revised Specifying the point via “intersection of” in TikZ - a problem
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Feb
1
comment Make a PGFkeys path take precedence over another path for a whole scope
You can first /.try and then pass it to \tikzset
Feb
1
comment Best Practice: Package for Mathematical Documents - amsmath and Beyond
I meant scripted fonts are ugly as math notation.
Feb
1
comment Best Practice: Package for Mathematical Documents - amsmath and Beyond
I've never seen a good use of \mathscr anywhere other than some math papers that were already difficult to read.
Feb
1
comment Best Practice: Package for Mathematical Documents - amsmath and Beyond
Please I'm begging you to drop that ISO standard on notation nonsense. Do whatever you please but forget about that ridiculousness. It's out of ISO jurisdiction and clearly, the authors are pretty tasteless in typography too.
Jan
31
revised Barplot orientation -
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Jan
31
comment Drawing solid-circle or dots in legends
@ShivamKalra My pleasure
Jan
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
30
answered Drawing solid-circle or dots in legends
Jan
30
comment Using tikz inside align* environment
@A.Ellett Didn't read it properly on the phone but align scans twiceand tikzmark requires two runs so probably they are clashing on the aux file
Jan
30
awarded  Yearling
Jan
29
comment Advisor likes MS Word, I like LaTeX
You can't do it. That's as plain as it gets. You have to first convert it to a plain Word document with correct heading levels then you can apply the IEEE style as a template. There is nothing you can do on LaTeX side.
Jan
29
comment How to limit the range of a function in TikZ?
@Alenanno Well it shouldn't have been used. smooth basically modifies the data in plots and introduces stuff that it wasn't there in the first place.
Jan
29
comment How to limit the range of a function in TikZ?
@Alenanno That has a formula
Jan
29
comment How to limit the range of a function in TikZ?
@Alenanno You should never smoothen closed form plots. They introduce junk.
Jan
29
comment Automatically generate the value table of a mathematical function
If you instead use declare function then you can use pgfplotstable to create whatever function you wish to have with a create on use/.expr
Jan
29
comment Define position of line by parameters (Tikz)
Use a scope around the second and shift it. For example tex.stackexchange.com/questions/238330/…
Jan
29
comment How to limit the range of a function in TikZ?
Use pgfplots instead ?