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revised Undefined control sequence error when using tikz-uml package in LaTeX
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answered Undefined control sequence error when using tikz-uml package in LaTeX
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comment Fill pattern for time series with bounds (tikz pgfplots)
For your second question: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/47345/… You have to use the option xtick=data as parameter in your axis environment.
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answered Undefined control sequence error when using tikz-uml package in LaTeX
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comment How to specify the starting point of a horizontal bar in latex?
First of all, I don't understand what your units are. Second: have you tried TikZ?
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comment cannot figure out how to produce some tikz pictures next to each other
I've been using .16\textwidth since the beginning. That's the reason of the second paragraph in my answer.
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comment cannot figure out how to produce some tikz pictures next to each other
As far as I've understood what the OP wants, my answer DOES give him the hints needed to achieve his goal. Both vertical and horizontal alignments are done, as well as the six elements in the same line. And I'm also giving an alternative for the case when the margins won't be enough to hold the six elements in the same line.