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comment copy figures and “input”ed LaTeX source files from absulute directories to a local one
@cmhughes Thanks. But I had figures with the same name in different directories. And I named a directory like parameterNameAndValue.
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asked copy figures and “input”ed LaTeX source files from absulute directories to a local one
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comment Automatically set the figure width depending on whether the layout is one or two column
@karlkoeller, from \documentclass[twocolumn]{IEEEtran} to \documentclass[onecolumn]{IEEEtran}, the image width would be doubled if we use \includegraphics[width=\columnwidth]. Maybe \textwidth is a better choice, but when subfig package is also used, we have to add linebreak \\ when switching to twocolumn.
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revised Automatically set the figure width depending on whether the layout is one or two column
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revised Automatically set the figure width depending on whether the layout is one or two column
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comment Automatically set the figure width depending on whether the layout is one or two column
@karlkoeller Oh, I've never used \columnwidth, +1. Thanks! (I am looking for suggestions, and would like to know how people usually do! :))
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asked Automatically set the figure width depending on whether the layout is one or two column
Aug
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revised figure numbering (via `\ref{fig-label-name}`) when using user defined `myCaption`
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asked figure numbering (via `\ref{fig-label-name}`) when using user defined `myCaption`
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comment How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
Thank you! I added another list of colors. It seems ok for my application. Feel free to modify it if you'd like to. :)
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revised How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
add another color list
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comment How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
By the way, do you know how to make it shows up "0.90" rather than "0.9", when there is a "0" at the end?
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accepted How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
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comment How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
How about we give user the freedom to choose colours for the big eigenvalues, and make it pick random colours for small ones? (Or maybe we can provide two or three static lists of colours, and always use one of them for small eigenvalues ? I'll think about a list of colours! :) )
Jun
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comment How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
Thank you! Then maybe we can make a \drawspectra{list-of-eig-values}{list-of-color-values}{colormap-name}. And we will just need to tune the list-of-color-values to make a proper spectrum!
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revised How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
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asked How to more easily generate a normalized eigenvalue spectrum?
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comment error on generating pdf by Latex with CJK support
Alternatively, you may just add something like "\usepackage[slantfont,boldfont]{xeCJK} \usepackage{fontspec,xltxtra,xunicode} %\setCJKmainfont{Adobe Fangsong Std} ", and try to use xelatex to compile the tex file.