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I'm an astrophysicist and heavy numpy / scipy user.

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comment How can I add indentation when my template requires parindent to be zero?
sigh, ok. \newcommand{doomed_indent}{\hspace*{24pt}} it is, then
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asked How can I add indentation when my template requires parindent to be zero?
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accepted Including figures relative to the path of the current document?
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accepted footnote with no preceding space
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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answered Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
Apr
19
revised Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
Changed to more specific question
Apr
19
comment Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
So, I found one workaround to that problem - I removed the \begin and \end document from the document that was being \imported. I think this indicates a problem with standalone. I'm going to revise this question to be more specific.
Apr
19
comment Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
Thanks @egreg - any idea what could cause that?
Apr
19
revised Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
link to log & aux
Apr
19
comment Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
Oh... upon closer inspection, only the failing figures show up with \newlabel{fig:} in the log... the rest have that text in the .aux file. What could cause that?
Apr
19
comment Standalone - \newlabel being written to .log instead of .aux
Yes. I get "Reference fig:... undefined", but later there is a \newlabel{fig:...} entry, which I thought SHOULD mean that the figure label is included.