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bio website last.fm/user/oerpli
location Vienna, Austria
age 23
visits member for 1 year, 3 months
seen Oct 15 at 22:37

Physics & CS student.


Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Jul
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
28
accepted Plots with “no marks” have marks in references
Oct
12
comment Plots with “no marks” have marks in references
thanks a lot. you could make an answer out of this (i think the question hasn't been asked before - at least searching didn't yield useful results).
Oct
12
asked Plots with “no marks” have marks in references
Sep
9
awarded  Revival
Sep
9
comment dashed line in pgfplots legend results in incomplete marks
sorry for the late answer - have been in holidays.
Sep
9
answered dashed line in pgfplots legend results in incomplete marks
Aug
6
accepted Gnuplot invisible
Aug
6
comment Gnuplot invisible
okay. thanks a lot.
Aug
6
comment Gnuplot invisible
oh indeed. i thought they are optional as gnuplot didn't need them. Do you want to answer this or shall i flag my question for deletion?
Aug
6
asked Gnuplot invisible
Aug
5
comment Create \eqref* (\eqref without link, i.e. starred eqref)
tex.stackexchange.com/questions/4386/… this could help also.
Aug
2
comment dashed line in pgfplots legend results in incomplete marks
use this: \addlegendimage{blue,dashed,mark=oplus,mark options=solid}
Aug
2
revised TikZ: Using a line with thickness as clipping region?
added 503 characters in body
Aug
2
revised TikZ: Using a line with thickness as clipping region?
deleted irrelevant stuff
Aug
2
revised TikZ: Using a line with thickness as clipping region?
added 27 characters in body
Aug
2
answered TikZ: Using a line with thickness as clipping region?
Jul
31
accepted Axis labels and ticks in degree, plot in radian