[texhax] Multiline array elements
Cong Ding
dingcongcs at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 15:54:49 CEST 2011
no other solutions, i think
because when you are writing a long algebraic expressions in general
situation (not in table), it is impossible to split it into multi-lines
automatically.
Cong Ding
On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 09:54, when harry met sally <
whenharry_metsally at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Thanks to those who replied. I finally did it the the "dirty" way, and
> added some blank rows in between adjacent rows to differentiate different
> matrix elements from parts of the same element split over several lines:
>
> \begin{landscape}
> \tiny{
> \begin{equation}
> \begin{bmatrix}
>
> A.1 & B.1 & C.1 & D.1 \\
> A.2 & B.2 & C.2 & D.2 \\
> A.3 & B.3 & C.3 & D.3 \\
> A.4 & B.4 & C.4 & D.4 \\
>
> & & & \\
> & & & \\
>
> E.1 & F.1 & G.1 & H.1 \\
> E.2 & F.2 & G.2 & H.2 \\
> E.3 & F.3 & G.3 & H.3 \\
> E.4 & F.4 & G.4 & H.4 \\
>
> \end{bmatrix}
> \end{equation}
> }
> \end{landscape}
>
> I had to use lots of invisible delimiters \left. and \right. because I had
> lots of parentheses and each part of a matrix element had to be a complete
> mathematical expression in itself for it to compile properly.
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* "v_2e at ukr.net" <v_2e at ukr.net>
> *To:* texhax at tug.org
> *Cc:* whenharry_metsally at yahoo.com
> *Sent:* Thursday, August 18, 2011 2:38 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [texhax] Multiline array elements
>
> Hello!
>
> On Wed, 17 Aug 2011 18:40:20 -0700 (PDT)
> when harry met sally <whenharry_metsally at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > I have to put a large matrix in my document, and I want to split its
> > elements over multiple lines. How do I do this? The array is only a
> > 4X4 array, but the elements are long algebraic expressions which are
> > not fitting onto a page even if I use tiny fontsize and landscape
> > orientation.
>
> Perhaps you could try the "dirty" way: to brake your expressions into
> the appropriate parts by hand and then place them in the consecutive
> lines. Something like that:
>
> \begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|}
> \hline
> A.1 & B.1 & C.1 & D.1 \\
> A.2 & B.2 & C.2 & D.2 \\
> \hline
> \end{tabular}
>
> Or maybe the '\multirow' could be of some use.
>
> Regards,
> Vladimir
>
> -----
> <v_2e at ukr.net>
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