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 2d revised What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users? Clarified the two different statements Aug11 comment What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users? @DavidSpeyer: Good recommendation. This is something I should keep in mind! Apr21 awarded Good Answer Jan4 revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Corrected Latex highlighting Jan4 answered Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Jan4 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). Jan4 revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots edited title Jan4 revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Structure is god Jan4 revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Structure is god Jan4 revised Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Explained data structure in latex Jan4 asked Export Plot from Table to $\LaTeX$ — conform with pgfplots Jun26 awarded Scholar Jun26 accepted Export file with semicolon at the end of line Jun26 comment Export file with semicolon at the end of line But to use the data, I want to omit the brackets. Jun26 awarded Student Jun26 asked Export file with semicolon at the end of line Jun26 awarded Nice Answer May2 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! May2 awarded Editor May2 revised Solve equations real and imaginary part separately Example added