Jake

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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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comment Pgfplots Boxplots with a thick line at the mean value
The line in the box represents the median, not the mean. Are you asking how to represent the mean with a line, or do you just want to change the style of the median line (in that case, simply put every median/.style=very thick in the boxplot prepared options).
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comment How to draw a graph from specific lines of CSV file?
@Ghostkeeper: I can't reproduce the behaviour you describe. If I use \addplot +[black, restrict expr to domain={\coordindex}{0:4}] table {data.dat};, the code works as expected. Maybe you could open a new question with a minimal example that reproduces the problem?
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comment Print issue 3D pgfplots, shader=interp
What reader are you using (Acrobat, Evince, something else)?
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30
comment Can I increase the accuracy of pgfplots?
@EnthusiasticStudent: Just use domain=0.8:11 (with any number of samples), the start and end of your domain is always sampled. Or use domain=0:11, samples=111 (the domain covers 11 units, and you want to sample 0.8, so a step size of 0.1 would work. To get a step size of 0.1 over 11 units, you need to split the domain into 110 segments, which requires 111 samples).
Jun
30
comment Can I increase the accuracy of pgfplots?
You need to get a sample point at x=0. If you choose a domain of -5:11 with 101 samples, you'll get samples at -5, -4.842, -4.683, ..., -0.089, 0.069, ..., 11, so you're not hitting x=0, and the two branches don't meet. Choosing samples=161, domain=-5:11 works, because you get samples at -5, -4.9, -4.8, ..., -0.1, 0, 0.1, ..., 11.
Jun
30
answered Can I increase the accuracy of pgfplots?
Jun
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comment Labels parallel near curves
You can set outer sep=1pt to get some separation
Jun
27
answered Labels parallel near curves
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20
awarded Revival
Jun
20
answered pgfplots won't plot from CSV
Jun
19
comment colour coding of 2-d-data
To specify the size of the plot without the labels, use scale only axis. To fix the issue with the colours, set interp=flat corner.
Jun
18
comment tikzpicture polar plot with negative function values
Here's a solution that uses PGFPlots: Negative y value in polar plot
Jun
18
comment Change arrow head type for quiver plot in PGFPLOTS
No problem at all!
Jun
18
answered Change arrow head type for quiver plot in PGFPLOTS
Jun
18
comment Change arrow head type for quiver plot in PGFPLOTS
If I compile your code, I get a quiver plot with stealth arrow heads. If I change -stealth to some other arrow head type, like -latex or ->, the arrow head in the picture also changes. Does that not work for you?
Jun
18
comment Change arrow head type for quiver plot in PGFPLOTS
Hi Peter, welcome to the site! You can format your code sample by selecting the code and clicking the {} button in the editor (or pressing Ctrl+K).
Jun
18
revised Change arrow head type for quiver plot in PGFPLOTS
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