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Jun
26
comment Node only partially rendered near edge of plot
There is a diffference w.r.t pins between adding directly a node to addplot or adding a coordinate and referencing it by a new separate node. A pin edge of pgfplots has no sep to the data line/markers, but a tikz node has. This can be compensated by ` \node[pin={[pin edge={-, shorten <=-3pt }] at (a) {text}`.
Jun
26
comment Node only partially rendered near edge of plot
That's a nice workaround. Thanks.
Jun
26
comment Node only partially rendered near edge of plot
I mean something like this: \addplot gnuplot{cos(x)} node[pos=0, pin={90:peak}]{};
Jun
26
comment Node only partially rendered near edge of plot
Yes, I have tried this.
Jun
26
comment Node only partially rendered near edge of plot
How can I avoid clipping a node added to addplot but the plot line should be clipped?
Jun
26
comment Gap between line and point in pgfplots, like pointintervalbox in gnuplot
@Jake: I've noticed that using a cycle list is not working. Do I have to specify the color explicitly in the addplot command?
Jun
25
comment title too long when using amsart
Is this only a feature of amsart or do other standard classes support this as well?
Jun
12
revised Add to latexmk black&white output version
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Jun
12
asked Add to latexmk black&white output version
Jun
12
revised Tikz: adjusting pin anchor
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Jun
12
comment How to mark/label nth data point from file in pgfplots?
@Jake: Can I rotate a subset of pins with your approach? In other words, do I have full functionality of the standard pin syntax?
Jun
12
comment Gap between line and point in pgfplots, like pointintervalbox in gnuplot
@Jake: I want to add a pin to a few data points. I am drawing with your discontinuous line style. However, I'd like to have the pin snap to the points. See e.g. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/191365/…. Do I have to add the markers a second time?
Jun
11
comment With PGFPlots: How to manually enter ticks as fractions?
Is it possible to use \sfrac{1}{2} of package xfrac?
Jun
9
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
I do not have the experience whether it is a good idea to submit tikz/pgfplots sources to journals. Usually they only mention \includegraphics as the method to insert images/graphs etc. Possibly they do not allow protrusion into margins at all. BTW: why do you need to adjust tolerance and emergency stretch? How does this fix overful boxes automatically?
Jun
9
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
No, I am not bound to the package standalone. But I like to have the main document to be as simple as possible, so that journal submission or sharing with colleagues is easier.
Jun
9
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
Yes, aligning the axis with the text column boundaries is what I want. I wanted to give the plot as much space as possible and it seemed to be sensible to allow protrusion of markers at the axis into the margin.
Jun
8
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
And another question is: I'd like to have protusion only on the right side not on the left side where I have my y-label. Should I use again 'funny' values, to set the x-axis width accordingly?
Jun
8
comment Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
How can I do this? I can not find the appropriate documentation for such tasks.
Jun
8
revised Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible
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Jun
8
accepted Make parts of a pgfplots outside of the bounding box visible