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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
30
awarded  Yearling
May
13
comment How can I draw nomograms in LaTeX?
So you saw my comment on that post from r/kerbalspaceprogram, uh? :P
Apr
10
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
7
awarded  Informed
Nov
7
comment What are some alternatives to presenting data instead of tables?
I would have used a colormap for temperature instead of a separate plot, and different patterns for going forwards/backwards! :P
Feb
13
awarded  Yearling
Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory TikZ shadings and printing incompatibility
Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory Improve a fraction's appearance
Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory How to indent the whole text and float environment?
Feb
7
reviewed Excellent How can I draw nucleosomes with wrapped DNA in tikz or pstricks?
Feb
7
awarded  Custodian
Feb
7
reviewed Excellent Row colored with alternatingly with \taburowcolors is pink
Feb
7
reviewed Satisfactory Link enumerate item to subsection
Aug
11
comment Make align* number the last equation
In fact the approved solution by @Marco Daniel uses notag. I started your way, but I grew tired and did something similar, defined \n as \notag\\ so I can use \n or \\ depending if I want numbering or not.
Aug
7
answered Include own reference list in CV
May
4
answered Breaking lines in codes with mcode package
Feb
13
awarded  Yearling
Nov
19
answered Modifications on PDF file do not show up
Nov
1
comment PDF conformance tool
I think it's relevant, because when inserting PDF figures (I use pdfLaTeX) if they don't follow certain standard they don't work (when I make annotations in Acrobat I must use their Preflight tool to "flatten" them for pdfLaTeX to see) so I'd be interested in a free tool capable of checking if a PDF is fully suitable for pdfLaTeX, for example.