Posts Tagged ‘ pgf ’

Tikz Introduction

September 27, 2011
Tikz Introduction

The pgf drawing package for LaTeX provides facilities for drawing simple of complicated pictures within a LaTeX document. There are many options available within the package and in this post we consider some of the basics to get up and running. Fast Tube by Casper As with all LaTeX documents we need to select a

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Scatter plots with images

September 4, 2011

Edward Tufte has written extensively on the presentation of data covering good and bad practice. He has made a number of suggestions for adaptations of regularly used graph types to assist with the interpretation and understanding of data. One idea for enhancing scatter plots covered in Tufte’s book Beautiful Evidence is the use of images

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