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Re: Question about print GP trees in latex

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 No gap. Sean On Feb 21, 2014, at 2:13 PM, Xiaomeng Ye <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Thanks for the quick reply! > > Have you tried to put text before and after the image? In my first screen shot, there is a huge gap between the tree graph and the texts. I wonder if the same thing will happen in your MacTex. I am using TexShop for windows. Thanks! > > Ye Xiaomeng > > > On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 1:26 PM, Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I took your code and embedded it in this document: > > ------- > \documentclass{article} > > \usepackage{epic} % required by ecltree and fancybox packages > \usepackage{ecltree} % to draw the GP trees > \usepackage{fancybox} % required by \Ovalbox > > % minimum distance between nodes on the same line > \setlength{\GapWidth}{1em} > > % draw with a thick dashed line, very nice looking > \thicklines \drawwith{\dottedline{2}} > > % draw an oval and center it with the rule. You may want to fool with the > % rule values, though these seem to work quite well for me. If you make the > % rule smaller than the text height, then the GP nodes may not line up with > % each other horizontally quite right, so watch out. > \newcommand{\gpbox}[1]{\Ovalbox{#1\rule[-.7ex]{0ex}{2.7ex}}} > > \begin{document} > > \begin{center} > \begin{minipage}[!ht]{1cm} > \begin{bundle}{\gpbox{L}}\chunk{\begin{bundle}{\gpbox{L}}\chunk{\begin{bundle}{\gpbox{L}}\chunk{\begin{bundle}{\gpbox{P}}\chunk{\gpbox{2}}\chunk{\gpbox{1}}\end{bundle}}\end{bundle}}\end{bundle}}\end{bundle} > \end{minipage} > \end{center} > > \end{document} > -------- > > > I have attached a PDF showing the result: as you can see, it looks fine. If you don't get the same result, you may want to look into your latex system (I'm on the latest MacTeX version). > > Sean > > > > > > >