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accepted Bibtex style using [Jones1900] style citations?
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comment Bibtex style using [Jones1900] style citations?
@Mico You are right. makebst is the easiest solution and two digit years are acceptable.
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revised Bibtex style using [Jones1900] style citations?
link to related question
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asked Bibtex style using [Jones1900] style citations?
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comment PGFPlots: How does one plot a wave packet?
The second part of your question reads like an answer. What's the question?
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accepted How to achieve a perspective where two axes of a 3D scene coincide with the x and y axes of the 2D projection?
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comment How to achieve a perspective where two axes of a 3D scene coincide with the x and y axes of the 2D projection?
I'm still curious, whether it is possible to find a camera position, which yields the following: The orientation of the axes is as shown with a right angle between z and y and some angle between x and y. I do not require the axes to have a particular length in the projection. They may appear shortened as required by the perspective.
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comment How to achieve a perspective where two axes of a 3D scene coincide with the x and y axes of the 2D projection?
Oblique projection distorts the image in an unrealistic way. Is it possible to get the axes as shown, but still use an orthographic or perspective projection?
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revised How to achieve a perspective where two axes of a 3D scene coincide with the x and y axes of the 2D projection?
clarify question
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asked How to achieve a perspective where two axes of a 3D scene coincide with the x and y axes of the 2D projection?
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accepted Why does the latex command sometimes produces PDF output?
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asked Why does the latex command sometimes produces PDF output?
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answered What's the least dangerous way to upgrade revtex and natbib on Ubuntu?
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comment What's the least dangerous way to upgrade revtex and natbib on Ubuntu?
@Mico Ubuntu 12.04 Precise comes with "texlive 2009-15"