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Apr
16
comment Export PDF for two printer - one pdf with just the pictures, the other one with the text
LaTeX has the \phantom{text} command which leaves 'text' blank and only reserves the space. Maybe you could utilize this to create the graphics-only version.
Apr
15
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Apr
15
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Apr
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Apr
6
comment Drawing Q–Q plots (pgfplots)
You could produce it in R and then export it using the TikZdevice.
Apr
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Mar
23
answered Names on certificates
Mar
22
comment Expanding control sequences and writing the raw result to a file
Good memory :-)
Mar
22
comment Expanding control sequences and writing the raw result to a file
You are right, this won't work then :-(
Mar
22
answered Expanding control sequences and writing the raw result to a file
Mar
18
reviewed Approve Drawing a frame or box around parts of a syntactic tree using tikz-qtree
Mar
12
reviewed Approve Are there any studies that show that LaTeX typesetting is beautiful?
Mar
4
comment How can I increase more sections?
This generates a faulty \tableofcontents
Mar
2
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Feb
25
comment Why XeLaTeX and PDFLaTeX give different outputs for Beamer presentation
I can clearly see a difference on my calibrated monitor here: While pdflatex creates the blue as RGB 51,51,178, xelatex generates 67,71,151. I checked both files side by side in Adobe Reader.
Feb
21
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Feb
16
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Feb
13
comment Best program/package for creating LOTS of function graphs to use in Beamer?
I'd stick with a solution that requires no mouse-interaction. Do you know how many different kinds of plots you are going to require? I suggest you to think about the variety of graphs you will need and then to check the individual packages on how well they perform. Maybe you will even need more than one...
Feb
12
revised Random wallpaper of longtable
corrected spelling
Feb
10
comment Teaching LaTeX to visually disabled
Actually the student was using a synthesizer, at three times the standard speed. I didn't understand a single word...