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Apr
4
comment How to best typeset “special” constants (complex unit i, Euler's number e,…)?
And even in MathJax you can define mathematical operators :) Despite that - Welcome to TeX.SX
Apr
2
comment draw side by side graphs and make them more clear
Another possibility would be, to use subfigure to place the different tikzpictures from the OP, though I didn't get the figure on the same page as the text then.
Apr
2
comment draw side by side graphs and make them more clear
Have you taken (for the second part) a look at different stylings of the marks, e.g. \addplot [only marks,mark=o]... ?
Apr
2
comment How to write a comment/description?
Welcome to TeX.SX! One approach that does not look that comic-like would be to use todonotes. Have you taken a look at that package? Can you provide an minimal working example (MWE) of your own approaches to that?
Mar
27
comment Cross-referenced equation never becomes defined
And a useful further information is, that amsmath also provides \eqref to reference equations, i.e. it surrounds the number with brackets like (1).
Mar
26
comment Latex - figures side by side using loop
Wouldn't it be easier to use subfigure from the subcaption package? Putting each subfigure to .48\textwidth or sth would be easier, i think.
Mar
16
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Mar
5
comment Mathematica equations to LaTeX but equation is too long, how to split it?
That might be (cf. OP post) due to Mathematica, where functions have their arguments in [] and are written with a capital letter, e.g. Cos[a] calls cosine in Mathematica.
Mar
5
comment Mathematica equations to LaTeX but equation is too long, how to split it?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Can you extend that to an minimal working example (MWE), also including the version that does not work and your error message?
Feb
6
comment Creating flashcards with LaTeX
But my requirement for a good submission is, that my package should also provide an english manual.
Feb
6
comment Creating flashcards with LaTeX
No, that should read “I haven't had the time to provide an english manual and hence haven't submitted it yet.” My package differs from flashcards, because it uses KOMAScript and TikZ to set/arrange the cards. Maybe I'll take an approach to that sometime :)
Feb
6
comment Creating flashcards with LaTeX
Haven't tried, but should work in my kartei-class i think.
Feb
6
comment Creating flashcards with LaTeX
flashcards is nice, I couldn't get that working with any European page size, hence my approach. Tell me if you get flashcards working with A7 and how ;)
Feb
6
comment Creating flashcards with LaTeX
A while ago, i made cards for learning (including a front and a rear side), which i could not get to work (using A6) for printing, but i wrote a small package (which still isn't on CTAN sadly). Your cards are german, so you might understand my small page for that project here rbergmann.info/projekte/kartei.html mabe you could combine that with your python script.
Jan
23
comment How can I change the reference pattern in reference list (Number without square box)?
There are several other bibliography styles, that Elsevier offers; though some Journals require a certain (or at least on eform a certain set of) bibliography style(s). My favourite a few years ago was model1b-num-names which did roughly what you wanted; but maybe they changed the naming system.
Jan
15
comment Header and Footer Styling in book class
The problem with “centered” of the page is due to your misconception. Just put two succesive pages side-by-side and you will see, that the outer border is the same as the inner border (of both pages combined); this looks „a little off“ if you only look at one page. I am not that familiar with book, but if you are okay with scrbook (and scrlayer-scrpage) I could provide a solution to your headers/footers.
Jan
14
comment Header and Footer Styling in book class
@Speravir thanks for that information, wasn't aware of that.
Jan
14
comment Header and Footer Styling in book class
You can also take a look at the scrpage2 package which i prefer, when working with KOMA-Script classes. May I ask, what the reason for your layout is? Is it given by someone? Because - just personally - I think when reading a book, you don't have to be reminded of its title on every page, so i would omit the top center part.
Jan
7
comment \qed or \qedhere at the end of split environment
Thanks for the info, in fact svmult.cls does not load any math packages and I happened to only load amsmath but not amsthm, because the latter caused definition conflicts with svmult.cls. So the coordination is missing.
Jan
7
answered \qed or \qedhere at the end of split environment