The world according to Robin

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Browsing Posts published in September, 2014

Veusz: Scientific plots and graphs

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I have tried various tools for making scientific plots and graphs in my papers and have almost exclusively used Matlab, mainly because of its capabilities of exporting to eps for integration in LaTeX. Recently, I was challenged with a large dataset contained in a LibreOffice Calc spreadsheet. I wanted to be able to plot various […]

Tool for generating LaTeX tables

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Tables in LaTeX can be difficult to work with, given that LaTeX code is usually treated in an ordinary text editor without spreadsheet capabilities. One solution I have found to be very helpful, is this online LaTeX table generator: http://www.tablesgenerator.com/latex_tables. You can edit a table directly in your browser, copy and paste from a spreadsheet […]