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Sep
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revised matlab2tikz wiki description
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Sep
14
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Oct
21
comment epstopdf error: /undefined in uageLevel:
@skpblack: MATLAB has some cropping issues with PDF export, that's the reason for EPS.
Oct
14
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Oct
14
comment How to draw markup language structure?
@Daniel. That's quite easy: change the defined commands: to \newcommand\open[2][]{ \tikz[remember picture,baseline=(open#2#1.base)]{\node(open#2#1){<#2>};} } (and similar for the other one). You should then be able to place the nodes using \open{i} (which makes the openi node) or \open[A]{i} which makes an openiA node. You can use the second syntax to point out ambiguities as in the second example, i.e. \open[A]{b} \open[B]{b} \close[B]{b} \close[A]{b}. Perhaps it would even possible to use LaTeX counters to do the grouping for you.
Oct
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Oct
5
comment How do I write a recurring decimal in LaTeX?
@Random832: indeed, "1.234534545..." (so it's always: fixed part, repeating part twice and ellipsis)
Oct
4
comment How do I write a recurring decimal in LaTeX?
There is even another one, which is quite easy, but it takes more space: 1.233... -- 1.23434... -- 1.2345345... -- 1.234563456... -- etc.
Sep
4
comment How to run LaTeX from Word?
+1 for showing some version control to the rescue (I don't fully like SVN for collaboration, but SVN is still better than anything ad-hoc). However, I doubt that if LaTeX poses a problem, proper version control will work.
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