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Generic geek and typography-nerd. Ex-messenger (still one at heart), now a PostDoc working with ultra-high-resolution tomography.


Jul
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on pgfplots, custom legend and tikz library external
Jul
25
comment TiKZ generates unneeded whitespace
I don't see any spurious white space when I typeset the document on Ubuntu 12.04, with an added preview environment: cl.ly/Wk1m
Jul
18
comment TikZ: trying to draw a phyllotaxy (sunflower pattern) and get short by computation limits
To save others from fiddling, I found that one can increase the \nbrcircles to 50 when increasing the angle in \goldenAngle to 101: writelatex.com/1281146wbfkcz
Jul
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Beamer frame numbering in appendix
Jul
4
revised Capital gothic letter in headings
codified LaTeX code and spell-checked
Jun
25
answered Pgfplot won't compile more than 6 curves on the same plot
Jun
11
revised Exporting and formatting Evernote notes as a LaTeX document
Added lots of links and cleaned up the question, corrected typos.
Jun
11
comment Exporting and formatting Evernote notes as a LaTeX document
Not LaTeX-related, but have you thought of using dev.evernote.com/doc/start/python.php to get hold of your notes? And just my 0.02$: Even though I use Evernote for lot's of stuff, you might be better off with using simplenote.com for txt-based notes. Notes in SimpleNote can be markdown-formatted, which is awesome.
May
21
comment epstopdf misspelled or could not be found
@Froop: What kind of LaTeX installation do you have? Are you working on Windows, on a Mac or on Linux?
Apr
14
revised how to use latex draw graphs, just like this?
Fixed typos
Apr
14
comment how to use latex draw graphs, just like this?
I'm not sure I understand you correctly? Is that the graph you have or the graph you'd like to have? What did you try up to now and what do you want to achieve?
Mar
24
revised Producing doc/docx from LaTeX
typoes and corrections
Mar
7
comment Best practive for managing the same bibliography files across several machines?
If you want to work with your "vanilla" bibliography files, I suggest to keep them either under version control or use a Dropbox-like provider to keep one "master" file in sync between all the machines you're working on.
Mar
7
answered Best practive for managing the same bibliography files across several machines?
Feb
19
comment MSc thesis presentation
Maybe you can as the original author of the presentation to provide you with a skeleton LaTeX file. I seem to have found his work website including email after minimal time asking a search engine...
Feb
19
comment How can I produce this tree diagram in LaTeX?
@Joshua Take a look at texample.net/tikz/examples/work-breakdown-structure for an example that gets you started.
Feb
7
comment How can I add version control info (to footers say?)
@AlecTeal, you can accept any answer that you think is best, not only the highest rated one. Maybe I misunderstood you and this answer here suits you better, although I think they both achieve the same, since you either have to change the draft option (this answer) or conditionally turn off the SVN info in the footer (my answer).
Feb
7
comment How can I add version control info (to footers say?)
Well, I thought the answer is needed to be very SVN specific since you mention "version control info" in the title of your question. As @jon showed, a conditional addition of comments (without changing the layout) is easily possible. Or do you want to conditionally show it depending on certain SVN tags?
Feb
6
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
5
awarded  Mortarboard