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How to make this pipe network shape?

A spline solution: ...
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How to make this pipe network shape?

A couple of years ago, I wrote a (somewhat general) function to make Sankey diagrams. The top-level function (parseSankeyAssociation) doesn't seem to work out of ...
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How to label the origin as (0, 0) instead of (0.0, 0.0)

I won't be surprised if this is a duplicate, but it's easier for me to write an answer: ...
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How to make this pipe network shape?

The following is an incomplete answer. It is a tedious task of lego packing Tanh curves. It could be kind of soothing or amusing to play with but it's not a quick ...
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Visualizing Imaginary Roots of $f(x) = \cos(x) + \cosh^2(x) = 0$

Clear["Global`*"] f[x_] := Cos[x] + Cosh[x]^2 The exact solutions are Root expressions ...
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How to make this pipe network shape?

Use Translate with multiples of 3 along x-axis and multiples of 4 along y-axis to move ...
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Trouble Mapping a Geometric Transformations over a List of different types of Graphics Objects

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My AxesLabel appears too far from the axis in SphericalPlot3D

When we doesn't using Tick in axes, it is recommend to draw the axes manually. ...
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Deformed arrow head bug in version 13.0.1.0

Seems to work in 13.1. Your code with the view points corresponding to your pictures:
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Plotting n-many lines on a ListLinePlot with Epilog information

Clear["Global`*"] n = 2; Use indexed variables, e.g., dataSet[2] rather than ...
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How to label the origin as (0, 0) instead of (0.0, 0.0)

One can use FrameTicks to label the numbers along the axes. ...
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How to make Mathematica label the origin when plotting several functions

With a single Plot ...
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How to make Mathematica label the origin when plotting several functions

Mathematica's default is not to put a label where axes cross as (I think) it would become too crowded. A possibility could be to use a Callout on a separate plot ...
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Tangents of 2 circles

Name c1 and c2 the centers of the 2 circles and r1, r2 their radii. Call p1 and p2 the tangent points on the 2 circles. Then you can write the following equations: ...
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