[NTG-context] typesetting a formula as a figure

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Mon Nov 26 09:46:28 CET 2007


2007/11/26, Dalyoung Jeong <haksan at mac.com>:
> Dear Idris, Aditya, and Wolfgang,
>
> Thank you for the replies.
>
> Removing \start-stop 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>   <figure 3>
>
> I tried to use \srartcombination[3*2] ... using a dummy blank figure.
> But because of the figure 1, there is a wide blank spaces between two
> figures.
>
> Thank you so much.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Dalyoung

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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