Caramdir's answer and Jake's addition to
Drawing on an image with TikZ
Allows the drawing of TikZ code over an included image.
Adding some options to adjust the grid and the labels (maybe in combination with my other suggestion). Including a global option to switch off all grids.
Could also ...
127 - Last Mersenne prime less than 200. :)
Friends, if I can talk to all of you for a moment: so far, we have 68 answers, but only 37 upvotes in the main "question". To be honest, I was expecting the same number of answers and upvotes. IMHO if you took the time to add an entry in order to win the LaTeX book, you should upvote Marc's main thread as a ...
How to create magnified subfigures and corresponding boxes for portions of a large image
A method for magnifying rectangular sections of an image, displaying rectangles on top of the image to show which portions are magnified, and arranging the magnified portions in an aesthetically pleasing manner as a subcaptionbox.
There are a variety of ways to use TikZ to add annotations to regular tables using the [remember picture] method. Here are some:
Highlighting table cells
How to draw lines around multiple table cells
How to format table with long column head entries
We tend to think of TiKZ as a method for making drawings, but it also ...
12 (For the number of wing feather tips on the last contest duck)
5 (For the number of top knot feather tips on the last contest duck)
p.s. He says you have to rerun the winner selection if these are chosen. (Duckie says "he is unique, and wants to remain unique!!)
I don't consider this an issue, since people who see that message are already on this site. The suggestion is not "Go to TeX.SX" or "Visit TeX.SX".
As an aside: For those posting
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verbatim as a comment, they could consider changing this to
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as the .SE suffix is more commonly used to represent the Stack Exchange ...
OK this isn't so much one answer as a bunch of answers on these questions about braces:
Large braces over several items in an itemize with text by the brace
Adding a large brace next to a body of text
The actual functionality could be "arbitrary braces" or just macro-ifying Andrew's tikzmark thing. (Which might be ...
Changing the colour of a path half way along
Changes the colour of a path halfway along. Useful for very thick lines so that the colour changes at the bend in a consistent way.
Needs turning into a macro and needs stress-testing. It works by clipping, so we need to make sure that it doesn't do ...
Is there the easiest way to toggle (show/hide) navigational grids in TikZ?
Creates a show grid=<options> key which draws a grid with configurable labels:
This is quite useful in the creation phase of the picture.
Could be converted to PGF-only code to make it also usable for pgfpictures.
It's your body temperature in degrees Celsius.
37 * 2 - 1 = 73 (and this is the only number that does this in base 10)
(and btw, 73 is prime as well)
AND it's a centered hexagonal number (take sides of 4 dots):
AND it's a star number (take sides of 3 dots):
Oh, and it has its own website as well: http://thirty-seven.org/
How to define a figure size so that it consumes the rest of a page?
as well as
Stretching a framebox over the whole page
Provides a special text area node which allows the drawing/placing of elements on the page.
Some macros and/or environments based on this could be added, e.g. one which allows ...
Tikz triangle with point colours
Three different solutions to drawing an “RGB triangle”. Each has its own advantages/disadvantages, so I'd add all three of them.
Make the solutions accept arbitrary color.