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Using beamer overlays to set different styles in TikZ [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make beamer overlays with Tikz node I'd like to draw a figure in TikZ for a beamer presentation, and color various nodes differently in different overlays of the same ...
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change tikz node color from frame to frame [duplicate]

I am trying to change a node color of Tikz node with only option as: \documentclass[10pt,xcolor=dvipsnames,xcolor=table]{beamer} \usepackage{tikz} \usetikzlibrary{positioning,arrows} \usetikzlibrary{...
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Showing graph nodes at various distance after pause in beamer [duplicate]

I have a graph with some nodes. I have the tikz code and output for the same as: \begin{tikzpicture} \tikzstyle{v} = [circle,fill=black!25, text width = 9pt,text centered, minimum size = 5pt, inner ...
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How to add animation to this tikzpicture? [duplicate]

I want to add animation to following graphic created in tikz environment. The desired sequence is 1 2 3 1 2 3 2...... Block $\mathcal{C}_1^{-1}$ turns green AND digit:1 appears in green below the ...
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Compiling documents online

I have heard rumors that you can compile documents online, and more specifically that Google has a free online compiler, but I have never been able to find any. Is there a way to compile documents ...
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Mindmap tikzpicture in beamer (reveal step by step)

I want to include a tikzpicture (mindmap) in beamer and I want the children to appear one after the other. So I use \visible but it don't works -- also not with \pause command. I get errors regarding ...
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Highlighting specific parts of a TikZ drawing

Friends, sometimes during an automata keynote, I have to present a string recognition step-by-step example. Please consider the following TikZ code: \begin{tikzpicture}[shorten >=1pt,node distance=...
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No text=none in TikZ?

In TikZ, there are draw=none and fill=none options to turn off stroking and filling operations. However, there doesn't appear to be a corresponding text=none option. If I try \tikz \node[text=none] {...
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Background coloring with overlay specification in algorithm2e + beamer package

I want to highlight some portion of my pseudo codes in my slides during the course of presentation. It's easy in powerpoint and I've made a sample slide: However, I couldn't manage to get a similar ...
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Beamer: including items only some slides using a relative syntax

I am looking for the syntax for making an item appear on say the next three slides. I'm imagining something like \item<+-??> The \item should appear here and disappears 3 slides later, in the ...
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Uncover segments of a TikZ path in Beamer

I have a question about uncovering segments of a TikZ path in Beamer? As a simple example, consider the following path made up of a horizontal and a vertical segment. \begin{tikzpicture} \draw(0,0)-...
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How to update an existing node?

I'm drawing a node and after a \pause I'd like to add a label to the node. What I have so far simply repaints the node, but I hope that there is a nicer way: \tikzstyle{vertex}=[circle,fill=black!25,...
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drawing(uncover) a curve bit-by-bit using tikzpcture and beamer and \onslide

I wish to uncover a curve (a potential energy v distance) bit-by-bit while explaining what is going on. The code below is only ok, the problem is that the curve changes shape from slide 3 to slide 4. ...
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Beamer with Tikz graphs

Following this question of mine, I now need to make a presentation using Beamer. If you look at the plot below, it has some values on the arrows namely p1, 1-p1, ... I want to put the graph structure ...
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Presenting a {forest} tree from bottom to top in beamer

I would like to present a tree with forestin beamer, but parts after parts, starting from the bottom, and then ascent to the top. So let's consider a simple tree like the following : \documentclass{...

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