2

You can set key /pgfplots/table/@cell content from hook /pgfplots/table/assign cell content in order to define custom output markup for each cell. The argument of assign cell content is the unformatted data read from the input table. \pgfmathifisint allows one to run conditional code that depends on whether said data represents an integer. \documentclass{...


2

If you only wish to create a table, you can try using LaTeX3: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{expl3} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb} \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} % set precision \sisetup{round-mode=places,round-precision=8} \ExplSyntaxOn % the function itself \cs_set:Npn \f:n #1 { \fp_eval:n {exp(#1) - 2.0 * (#1) *...


1

Ok, I just solved this: I needed to add domain values in the final regression line plot like this: \addplot[no marks, red, domain=0:7*10^14]{\pgfplotstableregressiona*x+\pgfplotstableregressionb}; manually, but now it works. Hope this helps someone with the same problem.


1

This solution is based on the array package, which allows the definition of new column specifiers, so there is no font change spamming. Option 1: column modifiers. Two prefixes (column modifiers) are defined to indicate the first and subsequent columns, ^ and _, respectively. Two more commands are defined, one explicitly and another implicitly, \rowstyle and ...


1

If you're not too familiar with \pgfplotstableset and it's somewhat cryptic looking syntax (at least to the unfamiliar like me) a more readable alternative is to use simple TiKZ nodes with \foreach loops running over a list of lists: \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[scale=0.6] \node at (5,0) {Heatmap of Nodes}; \...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible