Nicolas
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Cite multiple references with Bibtex?
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You should include all the references in the \cite command for them to appear in the Bibliography chapter: \cite{citation01,citation02,citation03,citation04,citation05} Don't forget to include: \...

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Cite references in figure caption
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There is a similar question in StackOverflow. The problem with the \cite command in the figure caption is that it generates conflicts with the automatic creation of the List of Figures. So the first ...

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Approach to creating graphics in book - TikZ, SVG, PDF, Inkscape?
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As suggested by Ethan Bolker, I would export them directly from Excel as a pdf. Place all the pdf files in a single folder. Then you can use the following loop to crop all the pdfs: for img in *.pdf ...

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How to write algorithm without numbering in latex
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Here is a sample code for your algorithm using the package algorithm2e as suggested by your tags: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[plainruled]{algorithm2e} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{...

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How to insert an EPS picture into a Beamer presentation?
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If you have eps figures, you could try adding: \usepackage{epstopdf} in the preamble of your document. This should automatically convert your eps into pdfs when compiling the document.

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Graphic tool in LaTeX?
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I guess there is not a single answer to your question. It probably depends on what people are used to use. Personally, I think Inkscape (link) is the way to go, since it is Open Source and works on ...

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I would like to plot kaplan-meier curve in latex
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One "nice" way to plot data in order to keep consistency in the font labels, any mathematical notations, legends, figure sizes, and so on, not to mention obtaining high quality vector graphs, is to ...

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No dash between page range in natbib
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Your file runs properly with me, so there two possible explanations: As suggested by @barbara beeton you have problems with the "dash" unicode characters, see related post. You are not ...

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Biblatex author name missing (dashed=false and style=authoryear)
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As I was suggesting in my comment, the compilation issue relies on the .bib file. Also, as @moewe identified, the use of the @proceedings category does not contain an author field. Therefore, it ...

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Minipage not finding width argument
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As previously suggested, if you intend to use the minipage environment to set the captions of the sufigures, the subfloat itself can do it and you may simply remove all the minipages in the figure. \...

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beamer, forest, bulleted list inside
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You can also use the block environment with no extra packages and maybe a little simpler syntax: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{CambridgeUS} \begin{document} \begin{frame}{Conceptual model-...

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Equation numbering overlaps formula when using subequations
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Here is another option without using \rlap, which works as long as the length of constraint 1 is the same than constraint 2. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{...

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False grouping of author in bibliography with biblatex
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I tried compiling your code and it seems to work fine: pdflatex article.tex biber article.bcf pdflatex article.tex The code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{...

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Renumber figures as they appear in text
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You can "force" the figure placement by adding: \begin{figure}[ht!] ... \end{figure} You can also use [H] as suggested in this post: Similar post For more detailed information on figure ...

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