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Jun
29
comment How can I force LaTeX to do a break line using the pgfplots package?
@AlderMiguel: You can also use the varwidth option of the standalone class. See updated answer.
Jun
28
answered How can I force LaTeX to do a break line using the pgfplots package?
Jun
25
revised Two-column list
alternate solution
Jun
25
revised Two-column list
removed unused parameter of MyMAtrix
Jun
25
answered Two-column list
Jun
25
comment Pgfplots grid lines to terminate at integer boundaries
That looks promising. Will try it tomorrow on my real test case. Also, think it would be better to allow for 4 parameters instead of only one so that one can control separately xmim, ymin, xmax and ymax.
Jun
22
comment Keep position of coordinates with different axis-scale
@kash: You should be able to adapt a solution from Extract x, y coordinate of an arbitrary point in TikZ. I will try to look into that tomorrow, but in case you were in a rush thought I'd give you a pointer for now.
Jun
21
revised Keep position of coordinates with different axis-scale
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Jun
21
answered Keep position of coordinates with different axis-scale
Jun
19
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Jun
18
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Jun
17
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Jun
17
accepted Runaway argument using int() function in pgfplots
Jun
14
comment How to create LaTeX example codes using verbatim and large braces?
I would recommend you use listings for the LaTeX` code and \tikzmark to mark the appropriate points in the LaTeX code, and then use tikz to do the drawing of the braces and the annotations. This way you can separate the code from the annotation and have more flexibility and readability of the original code.
Jun
14
comment Pgfplots grid lines to terminate at integer boundaries
@TorbjørnT.: That doesn't quite produce the same results though. But that would suffice for me if the bounding box could be adjusted. Also, think that there is an issue with specifying cm units for the shorten, as there are no other cm specifications for the axis. Really want to extend by (axis cs: -0.5, 0) and (axis cs: +0.5, 0) for the x axis (and similarly for the y axis).
Jun
14
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Jun
11
revised How do I write up a new command to implement '\quad \text{} \quad'?
removed space between text{} and \quad a per barbara beeton's suggestion.
Jun
11
comment How do I write up a new command to implement '\quad \text{} \quad'?
@barbarabeeton: Have corrected. I had left it in as I thought that as it was math mode that all spacing (exempt within \text{}) would be ignored.
Jun
11
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Jun
11
revised How do I write up a new command to implement '\quad \text{} \quad'?
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