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"A brute-force solution that works is better than an elegant solution that doesn’t work." - Steve McConnell


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accepted How to typeset micro fonts?
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comment How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
@wh1t3 Sure. I highly appreciate you taking effort in looking into the stuff.
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comment How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
There is no specific name yet or else I would have given it a name. It's not even the skyline you are talking about. I gave it a temporary name. I'm working on a research that is currently in progress. The title skyline might be misleading as this has nothing to do with that.
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accepted How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
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comment How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
Do you know how to make the line inside the circle disappear?
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comment How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
I'd have put that but all I got is just a x and y axis. I could draw circles and squares separately but I'm not sure how to place them.
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asked How can I create a diagram to compare skyline operation results using LaTeX?
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comment Bipartite graphs
Seems much simple ( at least to understand ). Thank you.
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comment Bipartite graphs
@Gonzalo: Thank you very much.
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comment Bipartite graphs
@Gonzalo: Precisely.
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comment Bipartite graphs
@Gonzalo: Exactly but instead of the numbers I can use any labeling like (t1,t2,...,t9).
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comment Bipartite graphs
Thank you very much. This works perfectly. I've one small request. Instead of colored dots if I need a value like $(5,6)$,$(1,2)$ etc. what should I do ? If possible could you please add an answer without editing the first one. It will be helpful for future reference. Thank you
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comment Bipartite graphs
@Altermundus: I'm sorry. I'm not that familiar with drawing in latex and also that was a main reason for me to post a question without a try. All I did was copy @Gonzalo's answer and it worked perfectly. I tried both of your answer but I keep getting error. It's not finding some package I guess.