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Sep
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comment Using LaTeX to draw time series graphs and histograms
Sorry, your original post ("I just want to plot some data") suggested that you have the data in a file, and wanted to read the file and plot it using latex. I don't know much about regenerating data in latex, but I know for sure that you could do such a thing in R. I think you should google "cran logistic map" and start reading what you get. If you need a quick solution, of course the best plan is to make Maple create a graph, and use includegraphics{} in latex to typeset it. That is the normal way to do things.
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accepted hyperref incorrect links: how to debug?
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answered Using LaTeX to draw time series graphs and histograms
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answered Is there any reason to compile to DVI rather than PDF these days?
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answered Formatting Bibtex entries using auctex
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comment Aligning numbers by decimal points in table columns
This looks great. I can't get it to work though. With pdflatex from texlive 2009 on OSX, I got: ! Package xkeyval Error: `table-format' undefined in families `key'.
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answered How can i add a “field” for handwritten text?
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comment How can I typeset an exam or assignment paper?
TJ Ellis is right. The exam class terrific. As a bonus, it has a good manual, with some very funny sample questions.
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revised Workflow in Sweave: Handling TeX errors
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answered How to encourage TeX as a homework medium
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answered Workflow in Sweave: Handling TeX errors
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answered LaTeX style or macro for detailed response to referee report
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comment hyperref incorrect links: how to debug?
My problem seems to have been related to a newtheorem defined in a style file use. Making my own newtheorem fixed the problem. I am adding this note as a "comment", not an "answer", because it does not address the actual question I posed, about debugging problems with hyperref.
Aug
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comment hyperref incorrect links: how to debug?
@Jukka: Yes, I've been spending some time grepping in the log file, and reading it (as best I can) to see if there is something along the lines of the wikibooks link that you so kindly posted. I've also been removing text and seeing if I can make the problem go away. (This is, I admit, a very crude technique, but I've been programming since the 1970s and I still return to variants of it!)
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asked hyperref incorrect links: how to debug?