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bio website n.ethz.ch/~strpeter
location Zurich, Switzerland
age 25
visits member for 1 year, 5 months
seen Apr 23 at 8:13

I'm studying physics. My first principle is using open source in every possible/reasonable situation! In my daily business, I write all my documents with Latex with hardly any exception.


Apr
21
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
4
revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Corrected Latex highlighting
Jan
4
answered Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Jan
4
comment Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
@halirutan: It was a stupid error that occured because I did not choose the correct file (I still used the data.dat file. You are completely right. +1 I will rephrase an answer out of my question for other interested people (as I invested too much time in that issue).
Jan
4
revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
edited title
Jan
4
revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Structure is god
Jan
4
revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Structure is god
Jan
4
revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Explained data structure in latex
Jan
4
asked Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots
Jun
26
awarded  Scholar
Jun
26
accepted Export file with semicolon at the end of line
Jun
26
comment Export file with semicolon at the end of line
But to use the data, I want to omit the brackets.
Jun
26
awarded  Student
Jun
26
asked Export file with semicolon at the end of line
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
May
2
comment Solve equations real and imaginary part separately
I want to introduce some symmetry properties into the vector as in my case the vector represents the density matrix, i.e. Complexes is no intuitive option!
May
2
awarded  Editor
May
2
revised Solve equations real and imaginary part separately
Example added
May
2
asked Solve equations real and imaginary part separately
May
2
awarded  Supporter