Holger Maune | 6 Jan 19:13 2011
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semilogzaxis

Is there any possibility to use a logarithmic z axis like you can do with
semilogxaxis/semilogyaxis for both the other axis.

Thanks

Holger

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Christian Feuersaenger | 9 Jan 19:42 2011

Re: Problem with scatter scr

Dear Stephane,

It seems the buggy behavior in texlive-pictures is a bug which has been 
fixed in more recent versions of pgfplots.

I can reproduce your issue on pgfplots 1.2.2, starting with pgfplots 
1.3, it is gone (the current stable is 1.4.1).

It might help to install a newer version in a local texmf directory on 
your machine.

Best regards

Christian

Am 22.11.2010 21:56, schrieb Stephane:
> Hi all,
>
> I try to produce a scatter plot, with a legend for each marks. However the
> following code create a plot with only the first entry in the \legend{}
> written...
>
> I am on Ubuntu using tikz from the "texlive-pictures" package, version 2009-7.
>
> Could you help with this?
>
> Cheers
>
>
> \begin{tikzpicture}
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Christian Feuersaenger | 9 Jan 19:54 2011

Re: Quiver plots ind pgfplots (unstable)

Dear Thomas,

thank you for your positive feedback! I'm glad to hear that you find 
pgfplots useful.

Concerning your question: quiver plots are fully compatible with table 
input; just use "\addplot[quiver={u=\thisrow{<colname>}}}" as source 
expression for u,v and w. I have added a corresponding example to the 
related manual section.

If you want something like "x index", consider using 
"\thisrowno{<index>}" instead of "\thisrow{<colname>}".

Your example image looks fine :) Did you consider using \addplot 
graphics for the background graphics?

Best regards

Christian

Am 20.12.2010 10:05, schrieb Thomas Gunst Smith:
>
> Dear Christian
>
> First of all I would like to express my gratitude for the feature-rich 
> pgfplots library for creating scientifically beautiful figures and 
> plots in Latex. We are a group of Ph.D.-students at the Technical 
> University of Denmark who now strive to use nothing but pgfplots (if 
> possible). I now stand before the challenge to draw quiver plots, 
> which I hope you can give a hint how-to J
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Christian Feuersaenger | 9 Jan 19:57 2011

Re: semilogzaxis

Hello Holger,

yes, there is such a feature: add the option "zmode=log" after \begin{axis}:

\begin{tikzpicture}
\begin{axis}[
   xmode=log,
   zmode=log,
   ymode=linear]
...

Best regards

Christian

Am 06.01.2011 19:13, schrieb Holger Maune:
> Is there any possibility to use a logarithmic z axis like you can do with
> semilogxaxis/semilogyaxis for both the other axis.
>
> Thanks
>
>
> Holger
>
>
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Christian Feuersaenger | 9 Jan 20:08 2011

Re: using external library truncates plot

Hi Stefan,

I can confirm the behavior -- seems there are difficulties while 
computing the correct bounding box for the superscript.

I have experimented a bit and found the work-around to enlarge the tick 
scale label a little bit:

\begin{tikzpicture}
\begin{axis}[y tick scale label style={inner sep=1pt}]
\addplot {x * 10^8};
\end{axis}
\end{tikzpicture}

I will take a note on my todo list. Perhaps this can be improved 
automatically without changing such sizes.

Thanks for reporting the issue.

Best regards

Christian

Am 17.11.2010 17:09, schrieb Stefan Schulze Frielinghaus:
> Hi all,
>
> can someone confirm the following behavior. The y label of a plot gets
> truncated in some circumstances if the external library is used. This
> happens for me if no title is specified for a plot. Consider the
> following example:
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Robert Read | 13 Jan 09:46 2011
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Tick line thickness at start and end of axes

Hello everyone,

I'm relatively new to the excellent pgfplots package, so apologise if  
this question has already been addressed on the mailing list.

I prefer to produce plots with the ticks on the outside of the axes.  
I can set this using the pgfplotsset option tick align=outside.  
However, I have noticed that when tick marks coincide with either end  
of the x- or y-axes, the line thickness of the tick is reduced. I  
provide a simple example below to illustrate this. Note that although  
the tick thickness is set to semithick, the ticks at either end of  
the axes are thinner than their counterparts that lie part way along.  
I am wondering if there is a way retain the correct tick thickness at  
these end points?

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{pgfplots}
\pgfplotsset{compat=1.3,
              every axis/.append style={semithick},
              every tick/.append style={semithick,color=black},
              tick align=outside
             }
\begin{document}
   \thispagestyle{empty}
   \begin{figure}[p]
     \centering
     \begin{tikzpicture}
       \begin{axis}[xmin=0,
                    xmax=30,
                    ymin=0,
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Robert Read | 13 Jan 09:51 2011
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Controlling the order of legend entries

Hello everyone,

As I understand it, the order of the legend entries should generally  
match the order of the plots. I understand that I can reverse this  
order by using the reverse legend=true or legend reversed=true  
commands, but is it possible to control the order of the legend  
entries independently of the order of the plots? Let's say for  
example that the order of my plots is 1, 2, 3, 4, but I want to list  
the corresponding legend entries in the order 3, 1, 4, 2. Is this  
possible?

Any assistance would be very gratefully received.

Best regards,

Robert

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Zippel | 13 Jan 14:43 2011
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Re: pgfplotsset-error with a given example


I'm having the same problem. The reason was, indeed, an old version (1.2.2)
of the pgfplots.sty.

Now I did change that and it shows on the log-file, that TeXShop is using
version 1.4.1

Unfortunately there still remains the error-messaga: I do not know the key
'/pgfplots/compat' ...

any hints? Are there more packages to be updated and if so which?

hope you can help me - thanks
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Christian Feuersaenger | 16 Jan 14:44 2011

Re: pgfplotsset-error with a given example

Hello Zippel,

if I am not mistaken, the error message can only occur due to an 
incomplete / broken installation. Perhaps there are still files from 
pgfplots 1.2.2 (which does not know the /pgfplots/compat key).

It could arise in case you just replaced the single file pgfplots.sty 
which, in fact, contains hardly more than the version number, the 
package file name and  include commands.

Are you sure that you installed the new version of pgfplots completely, 
preferrably separate from the system-maintained package repositories?

If you are sure, then you may include a '\listfiles' command as first 
line in your .tex file. This will include output about every loaded 
file. This, along with the generated .log file, could help me to 
identify problems.

Best regards

Christian

Am 13.01.2011 14:43, schrieb Zippel:
> I'm having the same problem. The reason was, indeed, an old version (1.2.2)
> of the pgfplots.sty.
>
> Now I did change that and it shows on the log-file, that TeXShop is using
> version 1.4.1
>
> Unfortunately there still remains the error-messaga: I do not know the key
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Christian Feuersaenger | 20 Jan 20:45 2011

Re: Tick line thickness at start and end of axes

Dear Robert,

what you report as sub-optimal has once been considered to be a feature: 
that very thick tick lines are bounded by the axis rectangle in some 
"proper" way.

Perhaps it was "too" proper...

Well, there is currently no option to disable the feature.

I admit that I am not quite sure if it is actually a bug or a feature, 
so I won't fix it (immediately).

But I can propose a technical work-around which will do for your 
application: using the preamble command

\makeatletter
\def\pgfplots <at> drawtickgridlines <at> INSTALLCLIP <at> onorientedsurf#1{}
\makeatother

will deactivate the special handling and all tick lines will have the 
same dimensions -- just as requested.

Does this solve the issue? If you believe that I should incorporate such 
a change (at least as option), then write again.

Best regards

Christian

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