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May
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comment Pgfplots: set plot margins
Use the option to have a trimmed tikzpicture. tight background, and play with the frame seps. inner frame x/ysep.
May
19
comment Group style key does not work in pgfplotsset
Yes, this is a bug, but rather it is a peculiar feature of the family key which is used to install group styles before. I am sadly not proficient enough in the family key of pgf to decipher the bugfix. Basically the family filter should expand all styles, then subsequently fetch the group style. Yet, currently you have to put group style in the groupplot env to get to work directly. Instead do: .../.style={...,/pgfplots/group/.cd,!allgroupstyles!}. I agree, it isn't beautiful, but it will work.
May
19
comment Solution to: “Failing to implement Errorbar from Preamble Table in Grouplots. Code Works”
Please create a MWE.
May
18
comment Am I properly inserting legends in groupplots? Labels “multiply defined”
There are a bunch of corner cases to take into account. Again I would advice you to move it down to the respective ≠xtgroupplot\nextgroupplot or do, A.sty≤={≤≥ndstuff...}A/.style={legend stuff...} and put AA in the ≠xtgroupplot\nextgroupplot. In that way it seems common. (I know, just an idea if you want the stuff collected).
May
18
comment Am I properly inserting legends in groupplots? Labels “multiply defined”
However, your example is far from a MWE... So I will not try to decipher that ;)
May
18
comment Am I properly inserting legends in groupplots? Labels “multiply defined”
To be frank, I am quite surprised you do not have 3 legend boxes. Furthermore I just do not get how you get the legend box below the plots with legend style={at={(0.98,0.825)}}. Nevertheless it might not always make sense in grouped plots to have a common legend. It can be used for that, but it is general to allow different legends in each \nextgroupplot. So I would not say that common legends should be a general feature of the grouped plots. I always encourage users to supply legends in the plot they wish the legend box shown, this is a simple reflection of the abstraction allowed.
May
18
comment Positioning of named nodes and paths within groupplot environments
Between \nextgroupplot your are effectively inside \begin{axis} environments. Generally you should only draw stuff that belongs to two axis outside in a common scope. As you find in this case it needs to be outside the groupplot env, for exactly the same reasons.
May
18
answered Am I properly inserting legends in groupplots? Labels “multiply defined”
May
18
reviewed Close Include a Markdown file in a master markdown file?
May
18
reviewed No Action Needed TeX capacity exceeded, input stack size=5000
May
18
reviewed No Action Needed LaTeX error for siunitx in a longtable environment
May
13
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Apr
9
reviewed No Action Needed Insert a figure in the first page of a one-page document
Apr
9
reviewed Reviewed Said number in latex
Mar
10
comment Latex Macros: Local Variables and Path Names
oh, sorry it should have read \inputdir{.}. If the script cannot handle this, then I think it is a very bad and much too restrictive macro!
Mar
4
comment Latex Macros: Local Variables and Path Names
Ok, for your usage, do \inputdir{sigsbee} and then \multiplot{2}{sigsbee/img1,sigsbee2/img2,sigsbee/img3,sigsbee2/img4} which I guess should work. The culprit really is multiplot.
Mar
3
comment Wrong pdf output size
If, when you zoom, you see the correct thing, then your problem will not lie in the viewer, it will lie in the hardware that represents the data. However, certain viewers allows to have their own precision for viewing compression, in Adobe Reader you can try and increase the precision in the Page Display preference tab.
Mar
3
comment Wrong pdf output size
Well your screen has pixels as well! :) If it looks correct when you zoom, then definitely it is correct.
Mar
3
comment Wrong pdf output size
Change units in your viewer to cm/mm, in that way you can be sure from the viewers perspective. Also, when doing implicit for loops on reals you come into some numerical problems of accuracy. First correcting your loop: {0.1,0.5,.9,...,199.9}, then you will find that the last column is placed here 19.69696mm whereas it should be 19.7mm exactly. Note that the last line will not be present! This is because TikZ does numerics in LaTeX and the accuracy is not that great, you should probably use the fpu library instead.