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Mar
26
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
25
awarded  Yearling
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
30
accepted Adjusting Figures (Floats) Next to Tables
Jan
30
comment Adjusting Figures (Floats) Next to Tables
This does it, but one thing. I am not looking for the figure caption to be underneath the table of values, just only right under the figure.
Jan
30
comment Copy pasting of underscore
@willem: You can use \_ instead, and this will copy the underscore no problem such as: test\_case. Try this for yourself to see.
Jan
30
asked Adjusting Figures (Floats) Next to Tables
Jan
13
revised New line and no indent after \paragraph?
Improved formatting.
Jan
13
suggested suggested edit on New line and no indent after \paragraph?
Dec
23
comment Big integral sign
Also, there is to note that \displaystyle can achieve this -> \[ \int \], if you do not want the math to be centered alone on page. Hence using, \( \displaystyle\int \).
Dec
20
revised Input Auto-Generated Figures Captions
fixed grammar
Dec
20
suggested suggested edit on Input Auto-Generated Figures Captions
Dec
20
comment How to include graphics from a complex file structure
@Martin: Yea, I guess the question could be a tad bit more specific at what is the optimal goal here. Whether to reduce the typing or have it auto included.
Dec
20
comment How to include graphics from a complex file structure
@MartinScharrer: Ah. You beat me to the punch.
Dec
20
answered Looking for symbol: Shield
Dec
20
revised Function sign table, complete with first and second derivative, plus concavity/convexity and asymptotic behaviour - a better way?
Made more MWE more complete.
Dec
20
suggested suggested edit on Function sign table, complete with first and second derivative, plus concavity/convexity and asymptotic behaviour - a better way?
Dec
20
comment Function sign table, complete with first and second derivative, plus concavity/convexity and asymptotic behaviour - a better way?
I also wanted to comment on, what is the best way of doing a sort of generalized or global spacing; like some sort of command, to take care of guess and checking with using \hspace{+..} and \hspace{-..}. This could also extend to other things that needs alignment on one side.
Dec
17
comment Contest: Show Off Your Skillz in TeX & Friends [TeX.sx birthday]
@Yiannis: Thank You! :)
Dec
16
accepted How to draw tangent vectors and component vectors on a curve