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Line breaks in xtable cells

I'm using xtable to automatically generate LaTeX tables and would like to force a line-feed/break within cells. This can be done using \newline within a cell, however I'm having trouble preventing ...

1 answers | Aug 28 at 8:49 by slackline on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Using mathjax in an updating sequence in javascript

I have four dynamic variables in my program, xzero, xone, xtwo, xthree That represent the coefficients of a cubic function. I want to show the actual equation in the HTML, in the following format: ...

1 answers | Aug 28 at 6:20 by gamehen on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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With knitr and LateX, how to avoid path above .png; and how to place two plots side-by-side in table

New to LateX, I have two problems with it or knitr. Running the code that follows the image of what is produced in PDF, there continue to appear three repetitions of the the path above the .png ...

1 answers | Aug 28 at 4:18 by lawyeR on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference

To see how any formula was written in any question or answer, including this one, right-click on the expression it and choose "Show Math As > TeX Commands". For inline formulas, enclose the formula ...

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Update TexStudio

I'm using TexStudio on Ubuntu 14.04. I installed it via the Synaptic package manager. I noticed that the most recent version in synaptic is 2.6.6 but on texstudio's website they show their current ...

1 answers | Aug 26 at 18:31 by Miguel on Ask Ubuntu askubuntu.com
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wkhtmltopdf - 300 dpi and cmyk color model

Is it possible to use wkhtmltopdf to generate a print quality pdf? The printer's constraints require the doc to be 300 dpi and CMYK color model. I don't see an option in wk for CMYK, and the --dpi ...

1 answers | Aug 26 at 12:40 by Scott on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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How do I make sans serif superscript or subscript text in matplotlib?

I want to use a subscript in an axis label in a matplotlib figure. Using LaTeX I would set it as $N_i$, which gives me the italic serif font. I know I can get non-italic mathfont with \mathrm. But I ...

2 answers | Aug 26 at 11:35 by frixhax on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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How do I get MathJax (CDN) to use Latin-Modern instead of STIX?

I am able to get the STIX font mathematical symbols to show by putting <script type="text/javascript"src="http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js"></script> in the head of ...

1 answers | Aug 26 at 10:59 by Jon Roby on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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bib-style format for bibtext bst file- explained by an example

my question is regarding the way a bibtex-style field is defined in a bst file. I would like to have the following example below explained piece by piece, to understand what each piece is doing. I ...

1 answers | Aug 26 at 10:51 by Alex on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Latex: How to encapsulate text in an amsmath block

My first stackoverflow question. I take the easy way out and directly ask the following. How is it possible to produce an output in LaTeX, like the one pictured below? More holistic, what are the ...

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Find and replace pairs of $$ and $$ with \[ and \] in a LaTeX file

I'm working on editing an old LaTeX file, where the beginning and ending of display math mode is denoted with the outdated pairs of $$ and $$, rather than the modern convention of \[ and \]. (See here ...

1 answers | Aug 26 at 2:39 by justin on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Conceal LaTeX's \index command in Vim

How can I use the conceal feature in Vim to conceal the \index command in LaTeX? The command takes one argument within braces with arbitrary content (but without newline character), i.e. \index{...}. ...

1 answers | Aug 25 at 21:58 by Andreas on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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HTML from nbconvert for IPython Notebook with AMScd flattens commutative diagrams

This is essentially a follow up to my previous question. My IPython Notebook works fine with AMScd for commutative diagrams. However, the HTML file from nbconvert has commutative diagrams flattened! ...

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Loading AMSmath explicitly in IPython notebook causes “[Math Processing Error]”

I am a relatively new IPython Notebook user and I am using IPython 3.2.1. So upfront, my apologies if I did not read some documentation carefully! I am trying to typeset some LaTeX in my Notebook ...

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Latex: stretchable curly braces outside math

I am producing some latex beamer slides (but I think it is not a beamer specific question per se). I have the following: \begin{itemize} \item Issue1 \item Issue2 \item Issue3 \end{itemize} Now, I ...

6 answers | Aug 25 at 9:47 by basweber on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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How to make SVG format as default in Mathmagic software

I have mathmagic pro software ,so i finally can convert my mmf files to html (xml,mml),the Default format is HTML/CSS.I dont know how can i change it to SVG ?

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Is there a way to convert expressions to mathematical environments on-the-fly?

For instance, if I was to type the expression a/b in a compatible application like Microsoft Word, it will be parsed and rendered automatically into the expression $$\frac{a}{b}$$. Similarly, a ...

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Is it possible to center an inline-block element and if so, how?

I have an element of initially unknown width, specifically a MathJax equation supplied by the user. I have the element set as inline-block to ensure that the width of the element fits its contents ...

1 answers | Aug 24 at 20:47 by Vivek Viswanathan on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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how to escape special latex characters outside of math mode in a PHP string

Suppose $string = " we will study integers & functions & matrices such as $$\begin{tabular}{ccc} a & b & c \\ a & b & c \\ \end{tabular}$$ "; I would like to ...

1 answers | Aug 24 at 19:58 by userX on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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TikZ, resizing and fitting

I want to take a PGF picture, scale it down (scaling the text as well, so \resizebox would be perfect) to obtain a certain height, then put a rotated text on the left of the picture and create a node ...

1 answers | Aug 24 at 19:44 by dodomorandi on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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I am not able to update TexStudio in Ubuntu 15.04

After opening TexStudio I got a message to update from version 2.8.4 to 2.9.4. After downloading the needed package, Ubuntu Software Center opens and it says that: Breaks in the package ...

1 answers | Aug 24 at 18:29 by lmiguelvargasf on Ask Ubuntu askubuntu.com
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Install native texlive in parallel to repo version

I'm still running Ubuntu 12.04 and I would like to manually install the most recent texlive. One of the first steps for the manual installation is to get rid of existing installations of texlive. ...

1 answers | Aug 24 at 13:54 by bluenote10 on Ask Ubuntu askubuntu.com
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Unable to use latex for matplotlib ticks

I am trying to set the ticks on the axis of a matplotlib plot using latex. While the latex for the title and the labels for the x and y axis are rendering correctly, the text for the ticks do not ...

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texniccenter shortcut for user defined command

Is there any chance to insert a "user defined command" in texniccenter by shortcut? I want to insert a "user defined command" but all i found at the shortcut menu was to edit the shortcuts by ...

2 answers | Aug 24 at 6:58 by youseeus on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Coloring R input and output differently using knitr

I would like to have my input R code printed/displayed on a light grey background and the output on a white background. So for example if my .Rnw file contains this chunk: <<>>= ...

2 answers | Aug 23 at 17:00 by user46833 on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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IPython Notebook Define a LaTeX macro both for mathjax and pdf conversion

E.g., I have this Markdown cell that use the sanctioned way of using a LaTeX macro in the notebook $\def\abc{a\,b\,c}$ The first three letters are $\abc$. and I have what I want in the notebook. ...

1 answers | Aug 23 at 12:24 by gboffi on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Building JLatexMath with ANT

I recently did some research on finding a way to display nice, fancy and well formatted mathematical expressions in my Java program and found JLatexMath to be a good fit for doing just that. However, ...

Aug 22 at 19:36 by May on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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Hmisc latex with knitr produces spurious latex comment in PDF output

I'm using the Hmisc latex command to print a summary table generated by summary() in an Rmd document in Rstudio. It works fine with the results='asis' option specified, however there is a spurious ...

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How do I change the axis tick font in a matplotlib plot when rendering using Latex?

The font of the axis tick mark labels produced from the following code isn't Helvetica, but is still the default serif Computer Modern. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. from matplotlib import ...

2 answers | Aug 22 at 19:22 by Rob on Stack Overflow stackoverflow.com
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IPython nbconvert citations issue

I'm trying to use citations in IPython. I'm having some isssues. My notebook has one markdown cell, <cite data-cite="debreu_theory_1959">(Debreu, 1959)</cite> My template looks like ...

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