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comment Drawing knots with tikz - no visible crossings
@cfr Did you remove the space? If you don't delete the space between \begin{knot} and the [...] then the part in [...] isn't taken as the optional argument to the knot environment but is passed on to \tikzset which doesn't have the same effect.
Dec
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answered Drawing knots with tikz - no visible crossings
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comment Adding a large brace next to a body of text
@cfr Having actually just read the answer again, I realise you might be referring to the infamous tikzmark library rather than a library to put braces next to text (as I originally thought). Are you?
Dec
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comment Adding a large brace next to a body of text
@cfr Is there? What library is that? (Please provide a link rather than a hint!)
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comment How put color in all math mode?
Sort of related: tex.stackexchange.com/q/335/86
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comment Setting \tikzstyle inside \foreach
The code in a \foreach loop is executed inside a group and so outside it the styles are not set.
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comment How do I display pi in LaTeX like Don?
My phi code is now on github: github.com/loopspace/golden
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Oct
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comment How do I display pi in LaTeX like Don?
Best I can get of an evening: plus.google.com/110765980098077923527/posts/M2d5M3v1Xyu
Oct
22
comment How do I display pi in LaTeX like Don?
Seeing this, I find myself wanting to ask the question "How do I display phi in LaTeX like Fibonacci?". I'd like to see a golden spiral with the digits of phi scaled so that when it reaches the second square then it is exactly 1/phi the size it was when it set out.
Oct
22
comment How do I display pi in LaTeX like Don?
Because, because, because .... because of the wonderful things TikZ does! (PS Thanks for the edit on my recent post.)
Oct
20
answered drawing smooth path through symmetric points, gives non symmetric curve