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comment Label offsetting with multiple labels in Circuitikz
@user2751530 Which + - signs? I don't see them.
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answered Label offsetting with multiple labels in Circuitikz
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comment citation format style change from X & Y to X and Y
@Mico True. I've edited. Thanks.
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revised citation format style change from X & Y to X and Y
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answered Drawing mitochondria
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answered citation format style change from X & Y to X and Y
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revised citation format style change from X & Y to X and Y
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revised Unnumbered section numbered figures
code formatting
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comment Simple method to draw diagram for Mac
@cfr And I was just producing the diagram using TikZ :( Well, 20 minutes lost...
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comment Simple method to draw diagram for Mac
This can be done using TikZ and the Digital Signal Processing library. An example: texample.net/tikz/examples/fir-filter.
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comment Simple method to draw diagram for Mac
Please add an image of the type of diagram that you expect to achieve.
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comment How to create a page like this?
@kmmm I updated my answer providing a different formatting from the second page on.
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revised How to create a page like this?
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revised What is wrong with this description list?
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revised Matrix product illustration
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comment Matrix product illustration
@Zarko Thanks. Yes, your proposal for the simplification is valid; I introduced it in an edit. Regarding outer sep, yes, you can also set its value for the matrix.
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revised Matrix product illustration
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comment Color merge from RGB specification
@alfC rgb selects the color model; the color represented by red for example depends on the chosen model. Compare these two (the only difference is the model): \colorbox{rgb:red,0.70;green,0.05;blue,0.65}{A} \colorbox{cmyk:red,0.70;green,0.05;blue,0.65}{A}