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\documentclass{standalone}
\usepackage{tikz}
\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}
\fill [white] (-1,-0.) rectangle (4.7, 5.7);
\fill [fill=red!90!black] (0,0) to [out=120, in=250] (-0.2,4.2) -- (-0.5,5) -- (-0.3,5.2) -- (1.8,4.5) -- (3.7,5.2) to [out=-70, in=70] (3.9,0) -- (3.2,0.5) to [out=200, in=-20] (0.6,0.5) -- cycle;
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (0.75,3.65) circle [radius=1.3];
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (3.25,3.7) circle [radius=1];

\fill [black] (1.05,3.5) circle [radius=0.45];
\fill [black] (2.9,3.65) circle [radius=0.3];

\fill [white] (1.25,3.5) circle [radius=0.15];
\fill [white] (3.05,3.6) circle [radius=0.12];

\fill [yellow!80!orange] (1.85,3.2) -- (2.35,3.2) -- (2.1,2.6) -- cycle;
\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}
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awarded Good Answer
Apr
27
comment Tikz bar chart example without power
Hi busprom, welcome to the site! I think this might be a duplicate of tex.stackexchange.com/q/9803/2552
Apr
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Tikz bar chart example without power
Apr
16
awarded Nice Answer
Apr
15
awarded Enlightened
Apr
15
comment TikZ set node label position more precisely
@Casimir: This is probably due to the inner sep padding of the pin node. Try setting every pin/.style=draw to see where the space comes from, or every pin/.style={inner sep=0pt} to remove the padding.
Apr
15
comment TikZ set node label position more precisely
@Casimir: Sure, that's what pin is for: pin={[pin distance=1cm]30:label}
Apr
14
comment pgfplots boxplot first column as draw position
Related (the basis of the code sample): tex.stackexchange.com/q/117435/2552
Apr
11
answered How to fill the parameters of `boxplot prepared` with data from table using PGFPlots?
Apr
8
comment pgfplots: how to make the axis thick?
Hi Peter, welcome to the site! It's not obvious in your screenshot, but the axis lines actually are thicker. Try a more extreme example, like setting axis line style=ultra thick or axis line style={line width=2pt}.
Apr
8
comment Undesired jitter in pgfplots when consecutive values are close
Related (duplicate?): tex.stackexchange.com/q/284389/2552
Apr
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Problem related with aligned
Apr
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Tufte like axis with pgfplots
Apr
8
comment Printed figure different than the tikz one
It's hard to tell without seeing your code or your data, but you could try clipping your data by setting restrict x to domain=0:50, restrict y to domain=0:0.1
Apr
8
comment Boundary not shown when drawing grid lattice with tikz
Yes, this is a known precision issue, see tex.stackexchange.com/q/13834/2552. In your case, you could work around the problem by drawing all the grids starting from the origin and shifting them horizontally, using something like \draw [xshift=3.2cm, step=0.4cm] (0,0) grid (1.2,2); for the Type 2 grid.
Apr
8
comment circle symbol instead of star symbol in rating
The star code is from tex.stackexchange.com/q/11390/2552, right? Maybe for your purposes, tex.stackexchange.com/questions/301012/… works better.
Apr
7
comment Plot composite functions using tikz
Could you edit your question to include a complete minimal example document that reproduces the error? At the moment, it's impossible to tell what the problem is. That code line looks fine.
Apr
6
awarded Guru
Apr
5
revised Perpendicular lines from the same point to the same line are different
Fixed typo in name
Apr
4
answered Perpendicular lines from the same point to the same line are different
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