My local Tex Live version is a bit
outdated and I do not want my Debian Jessie to force an update to the
distribution. This is maybe a good point to start running the
pdflatex command in a Docker container
with a newer version.
I want to increase the memory for
Tex Live on my Debian operating
system. The reason is the following error that I get after executing the command
The following small trick was too simple for a post in my eyes, but too helpful in the past for not sharing. From time to time a I have a long running command in my development process, that can be compiling, evaluating data or something else that takes longer than 5 minutes. In the most cases I will focus on something else in that time and check pretty late that the command has already finished. A simple solution for me is to play some audio signal after the command has finished.
I need to illustrate similarity measures of time series in a paper. Common illustrations are the euclidean distance and dynamic time warping.
I am working on my bachelor thesis and have to deal with multidimensional time series. Quite specifically time series containing acceleration data from the three sensors produced by a Wii controller. I would like to show on a small example how I represent multidimensional time series graphs in LaTeX.
I am running the ownCloud desktop client 2.2.3 for Debian 8, jessie. Since a while the client shows me that version 2.3.1 is available, but unfortunately did I get the following error if I want to update the client.
Developing a website on a Linux operating system is pretty comfortable, but unfortunately are the most users of those websites using other operating systems with other web browsers. There is a nice solution for the Windows Internet Explorer or Edge browser, free Virtual Machines from IE8 to MS Edge. Unfortunately I have not found an easy way to setup a VirtualBox with Mac OS X to test a website in the Safari web browser. My colleague Jan Knipper pointed me to vagrant-box-osx, a Mac OS X Vagrant box for VirtualBox by Andrew Dryga.
I need to change the size of a PGFPlots tikzpicture in my LaTeX document. There are two different things, scaling the graphic to the full or half width for example and changing the aspect ratio of a graphic.
My main resource to create
tikzpicture graphics in PDF files generated via
LaTeX is the
PGFPlots Gallery. But I guess
there are more than 400 examples on this page. Here a minimal example for a
visualisation with data loaded from an