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Underfull hbox warnings when using Siunitx

Use \begin{tcolorbox}[halign=left]
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Unequal vertical spacing when using bmatrix inside a table

Is it possible for all rows to be equally spaced without having to adjust the spacing manually? I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "adjusting the spacing manually". I suggest that ...
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format table aligning non-numeric values by first dot

Since you keep the same number of decimal places, you could simply apply right alignment for all numbers. In special cases add extra space to the right via \hphantom{} if you need to mix integers with ...
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format table aligning non-numeric values by first dot

You may want to look at siunitx package that provides S column type that does exactly what you're after. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{siunitx} \begin{document} \begin{table} \begin{...
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format table aligning non-numeric values by first dot

You can use \begin{tabular}{lr@{.}lr@{.}l} and replace all the first dot by & \begin{document} \begin{table} \begin{tabular}{lr@{.}lr@{.}l} \hline Variables & LC-MIXL & $(\delta=0.5)$ &...

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