Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-10 Thread Manveru
2010/2/7 Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu: Jason Waskiewicz wrote: I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at:

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-10 Thread Manveru
2010/2/7 Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu: Jason Waskiewicz wrote: I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at:

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-10 Thread Manveru
2010/2/7 Paul A. Rubin : > Jason Waskiewicz wrote: >> >> I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with >> success, I might add. >> >> Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An >> example of what I mean can be found at: >>

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Jason Waskiewicz wrote: I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at:

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
Paul A. Rubin ru...@... writes: You need to use an absolute path to the data files. I just set up Fauske's example in LyX. After changing \def\temperaturedata{data/temperaturesOslo.txt} \def\raindata{data/rainOslo.txt} to

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Jason Waskiewicz wrote: I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at:

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
Paul A. Rubin ru...@... writes: You need to use an absolute path to the data files. I just set up Fauske's example in LyX. After changing \def\temperaturedata{data/temperaturesOslo.txt} \def\raindata{data/rainOslo.txt} to

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Jason Waskiewicz wrote: I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at:

Re: Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-07 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
Paul A. Rubin writes: > > You need to use an absolute path to the data files. I just set up > Fauske's example in LyX. After changing > > \def\temperaturedata{data/temperaturesOslo.txt} > \def\raindata{data/rainOslo.txt} > > to > >

Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-06 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/temperature-and-rain-sparklines/ They do not appear.

Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-06 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/temperature-and-rain-sparklines/ They do not appear.

Tikz Sparklines

2010-02-06 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I've been using Tikz graphics in my LyX files for some time now, with success, I might add. Recently, I tried to include sparklines in two different LyX files. An example of what I mean can be found at: http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/temperature-and-rain-sparklines/ They do not appear.