Re: [NTGcontext] typesetting a formula as a figure
Dear Idris, Aditya, and Wolfgang, Thank you for the replies. Removing \startstop formula and using \vcenter worked well. However, adding $\displaystyle ...$ gave the strange output. The location of the captions are not under the matrix. It looks like that there are four columns, "matrix cap matrix cap". I have one more question. Is it possible to display three figures in a triangular shape as following? < figure 1 > < figure 2>
2007/11/26, Dalyoung Jeong
Dear Idris, Aditya, and Wolfgang,
Thank you for the replies.
Removing \startstop formula and using \vcenter worked well. However, adding $\displaystyle ...$ gave the strange output. The location of the captions are not under the matrix. It looks like that there are four columns, "matrix cap matrix cap".
I have one more question.
Is it possible to display three figures in a triangular shape as following?
< figure 1 >
< figure 2>
You can use a table, e.g. with natural tables, \placefigure {caption text} {\bTABLE[frame=off] \bTR\bTD[nx=2,align=middle] figure 1 \eTD\eTR \bTR\bTD figure 2 \eTD\bTD figure 3 \eTD\eTR \eTABLE} Wolfgang
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Dalyoung Jeong

Wolfgang Schuster