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    is there a way to graph in here?

    is there a way to graph in here? google says you need to import pgfplots
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    You can upload images. Please make them big enough to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doughishere View Post
    is there a way to [import] graphs in here? google says you need to import pgfplots
    Are you asking about using LaTex code to import a pgfplot?

    LaTex implementations are not standard; it comes in different forms, from one provider to the next.

    MathJax renders LaTex code, for the freemathhelp forums.

    You could inquire (at their site) as to whether they can handle graphical file importing.

    Did you try testing any syntax here (that you may have seen on-line)?
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    i think the image size issue when using whats already available on the forums is due to something in the submission process....like it compresses the submitted image.



    Im working on something that ill submit a bit later and will talk about it a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doughishere View Post
    i think the image size issue when using whats already available on the forums is due to something in the submission process....like it compresses the submitted image.
    I do not understand what you are talking about here, so I'm going to ask you a second time.

    Are you talking about using LaTex to import a file, or are you talking about something else?
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