John

Germany

Student from RWTH Aachen University in Germany. At present running an analysis on OECD-economic data with Mathematica V.8.

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comment Compute the x distance between two nodes
@AlainMatthes Sorry, not quite: I would like to use both, w minimum dist and h minimum dist for a node at the same time, e.g. ` \node[rectangle,draw,left=0.2cm of wab.south east, anchor=south west,w minimum dist={a.west}{b.east},h minimum dist={b.south}{a.north}] (test) {test}; ` Depending on the order of your minimum dist-macros, the node will eventually be as wide as w minimum dist or as high as h minimum dist.
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comment Compute the x distance between two nodes
@AlainMatthes exactly! Many thanks :)
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comment Compute the x distance between two nodes
@AlainMatthes How one needs to change your approach to calculate the minimum heightinstead of minimum width? (I tried it by changing the name of the macro and changing the last line of your macro as following but failed: \pgf@ya=\pgf@y} }, minimum height=\pgf@ya})
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Maybe the easiest way.
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