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Nov
5
comment Triangles inside Triangles, Fractals to an arbitrary depth
I liked the initial triangle :) what is most important is the solution and not the initial triangle; in any case, I produced a boring equilateral triangle now. I hope you don't mind.
Nov
4
comment Triangles inside Triangles, Fractals to an arbitrary depth
+1 Screenshot added ;) Are you happy with the result?
Nov
4
comment Curving an arrow in PGF/TikZ
@AlbertoGarcia-Raboso Nice!
Nov
4
comment Spacing before and after section titles
@Adam_G texdoc texbytopic (or The TeXbook) and search for glue. The answer to tex.stackexchange.com/q/64756/3954 can also give you an explanation.
Nov
4
comment Spacing before and after section titles
@Adam_G The first option allows for stretching or shrinking; the second one, doesn't.
Oct
31
comment Add areas in background of histogram
I updated my answer fixing the position for the horizontal stripes.
Oct
31
comment How do I produce the text displayed on the banner of this website?
@Johannes_B OK. Thanks. I will provide an answer, but later since I am kind of busy right now.
Oct
28
comment minted package - keyval error: breaklines undefined
Most probable your system is using an outdated version of the package (the automatic line breaking was recently introduced). Try updating.
Oct
28
comment LaTeX Error: Unknown float option `,'
It seems that the problematic floats have \begin{figure}[,] either provide a valid float positioning specifier , such as for example \begin{figure}[tp] or none at all \begin{figure}...\end{figure}
Oct
28
comment Is there a package for this specific style, or should i set in appropriate way the amsbook?
Nothing really special about that book. Looks like a standard book class with some margin adjustment.
Oct
28
comment How to fix default table number and description separator
@YitzhakStone Please, try to reduce the code to a simple short complete document that you can add as an edit to your question; otherwise, you might find that some users (myself included) won't be willing to go to an external site to look for the code.
Oct
28
comment How to represent the following math equation (border matrix) in Latex?
@Bernard Answer updated incorporating your suggestions. Thanks.
Oct
28
comment Algorithm indent problem with sig-alternate document & algorithm(ic) package
Sure. Follow this link pastebin.com/z6E0xfDy to find the .cls I used.
Oct
28
comment Algorithm indent problem with sig-alternate document & algorithm(ic) package
It seems then that ShareLaTeX is using a different version of sig-alternate than the one in my system. I am using sig-alternate.cls 2012/05/23 - V2.5 - based on acmproc.cls V1.3 <Nov. 30 '99> and get the indentation in the image I linked to.
Oct
27
comment Figure textwidth and badbox
@ChristianHupfer OK. Answer added.
Oct
27
comment Figure textwidth and badbox
Did you try the code I suggested in my comment without the tabular?
Oct
27
comment Figure textwidth and badbox
You're not taking into account the padding around text at the beginning and at end of the column. Do you really need the tabular environment? Why not simply \begin{figure} \centering \includegraphics[width=\linewidth]{example-image-a}\\ \hspace{1.6cm} (a) \hspace{7.4cm} (b) \hspace{2cm} \caption{\label{fig:figures1}figure caption.} \end{figure}?
Oct
27
comment Adding restrictions to my schema
Which package(s) are you using? Can you please complete your snippet into a minimal complete document?
Oct
27
comment Modify nodes near coords with \if
@TomBombadil Would you like to turn your comment into an answer?
Oct
27
comment Algorithm indent problem with sig-alternate document & algorithm(ic) package
I get a different output if I complete your snippets to a minimal document. Using \documentclass{sig-alternate} \usepackage{algorithm} \usepackage{algorithmic} \begin{document} \begin{algorithm} \caption{STEP 1} \begin{algorithmic}[1] \REQUIRE Something \FOR{\textbf{each} $user$} \IF{A in B is $>$ 0} \STATE Do something \ELSIF{$viewingtime$ in $trainingset$ is $==$ 0} \STATE Do something \ENDIF \ENDFOR \RETURN A, B \end{algorithmic} \end{algorithm} \end{document} I get this: i.imgur.com/L5ihhtE.png Do you get no indention using my complete minimal document?