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Figure and Table next to each other (memoir class) [duplicate]

To save space, I would like to place the following table next to each other. Each has a separate caption. I have this, I want this, Sample code, \documentclass[]{memoir} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc}...
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Aligning side-by-side table and figure [duplicate]

I have a table and figure that I need them to appear side-by-side. The figure appears in a higher position than the table. I need to align them so that their sizes are equivalent. This is the script ...
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Figure and table side by side with different captions [duplicate]

I am trying to get a figure and a table next to eachother but they aren't staying together. In my document the figure ends up somewehere else but the table stays where I want it to be, as if the h in ...
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image side by side with table [duplicate]

Good morning, I would like to put the picture on the left of the table, all horizontally. When I try this solution it doesn't work. What changes is the picture and table are aligned with left margin ...
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Figures and tables [duplicate]

in the thesis I am writing I am showing some plots (taken from external files) and some tables with the parameters I used to make the plots. I would like to place together each plot with its related ...
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LaTeX: Numero sign ('№') [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to look up a math symbol? Is there a numero sign ('№') available to LaTeX? Currently using N\textsuperscript{\underline{o}}} which is typographically a little ...
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Table and Figure side-by-side with Table caption above, Figure caption below

A continuation of this question. I'm fighting a page-limit in a single-column layout and I need to put a Figure and a Table side-by-side and provide them with independent captions. However, the style ...
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Figure and table side-by-side in subfloats

A very similar question has been asked before: Table and Figure side-by-side with independent captions I'm trying to accomplish this, but while using the subfig package. The image below depicts ...
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Different float types side-by-side

I'm familiar with using minipages inside a float to effectively place two floats side-by-side, but is there a way to do this with different float types? Eg a Figure and a Scheme (chemscheme)?
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Put a figure with a table side by side

I have a table and a figure, I want to align them one next to the other (not one under the other): \documentclass{llncs} \usepackage{capt-of} \usepackage[demo]{graphicx} \begin{document} \begin{...
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Make a minipage float

I am using the minipage environment to put a table and figure next to each other. Now I would like this to 'float' like a normal figure or table, such that LaTeX decides where to put it (using the [...
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PGFPLOTS: figure and table formatting

Just after an hour spending browsing through the pgfplots manual, I am trying to have a figure and a table side by side (both the figure and the table use the same data). So I still have lot to learn! ...
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How to manipulate width and position of items inside floatrow

From this answer by @lockstep I learned, how to put figure and table side by side: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{floatrow} % Table float box with bottom caption, box width adjusted to content \...
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How to label Table and Figure side-by-side with combined caption

Adapted from Thorsten Donigs answer in Table and figure side-by-side with independent captions The Caption correctly numbers the figure and table but how does the correct setup of the labels ...
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Align figure next to table

I am struggling to align figure next to table. The code is taken from here and it is: \begin{minipage}{\textwidth} \begin{minipage}[b]{0.49\textwidth} \centering \includegraphics[width=0.6\...

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