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Nov
4
comment Incomplete path fading “gradient range” in short pathes
did you try fit fading?
Nov
4
comment Z-order of points in scatterplot
Can you post your code so we can work on it?
Nov
4
comment Opinions: Circuit_macros or circuitikz ? what is better?
By the way what you had as an example is a flow chart or a block diagram so it might be slightly misleading.
Nov
3
comment Are there any studies that show that LaTeX typesetting is beautiful?
I think your advisor is right at the limit but only at the limit. Convention is often confused with beauty however we are so used to it we can't think otherwise. I wouldn't object to it but if he insists then replace it with professional.
Nov
3
comment How to draw the vectors from point to point
You have three columns; is that the 2d projection of the 3d vector? And please paste the full code so that we can have the same code to work on.
Nov
3
comment Single arrow node with fixed, text-independent dimensions
You can change the order of the keys too.
Nov
2
comment Aligning linear program with numbers
Besides all, you need vector notation. Summations are simply confusing and hard to read.
Nov
2
comment Strange behaviour with pstricks/TikZ/center
@Sigur Look at the log file. The error is on GS level.
Nov
1
comment pgfplots: Why does samples quantity has such effect on the shape of the plot?
Use odd numbered samples
Nov
1
revised How can we make a pumpkin, jack-o-lantern, or other halloween spirit, ghoul, or skeleton?
less hairy eyebrows
Nov
1
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Nov
1
comment Pgfplotstable: column math is wrong!
Also note that, the math operations are done on the data but not the rounded typeset values.
Nov
1
comment How can I fill intersection of two (three) sets like this pictures?
The duplicate given in the closing reason is one out of many others that can be found by just searching for Venn on this site.
Nov
1
comment Pgfplotstable: column math is wrong!
I just tried it with precision=2 and it looks correct.
Oct
31
answered How can we make a pumpkin, jack-o-lantern, or other halloween spirit, ghoul, or skeleton?
Oct
31
comment Controlling delimiters in matrices typeset with TiKZ
I think tikz 3.00 has a bug (that I couldn't find yet). Otherwise these should work (was working previously) tex.stackexchange.com/a/53100/3235 and tex.stackexchange.com/a/48289/3235 with every left right delimiter options.
Oct
31
comment Pgfplotstable: column math is wrong!
Can you put a full example so that we can evaluate what the problam might be on our computers? Also note that precision involves rounding.
Oct
30
comment TeXnicCenter: Copying compilation errors [to google]
TeX errors rarely give meaningful information. And when they do you basically know what the problem is e.g. missing $ inserted etc.
Oct
30
comment Letterhead for academic cover letter
Legally, official letterheads are for outgoing documents and internal communications. If you use the letterhead without being actually affiliated there it would mean that you are using that institution credentials. I would avoid doing that.
Oct
30
comment If f is the name of a math function, should it not be set upright?
Unlike technical drawings and engineering conventions, math notation is for conveying specific ideas about logical chain of argments. The linked question only mentions a standard and also much of the comments question the validity of any standard. So there is no rule and also this is unfortunately not a TeX problem but a personal taste. It doesn't matter if f is upright or not as long as the readers understand what you mean by f(x).