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Elias Saab

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Re: [mg4469] Re: graphs to postscript
Posted: Aug 1, 1996 2:06 AM
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This works well on a Macintosh Front End.
How do you do this on a unix FrontEnd like a Silicon Graphics or a Sun?
Thanks
Elias Saab


On Mon, 29 Jul 1996, Victoria Steblina wrote:

> waldby@glhpx11.cen.uiuc.edu (waldby julian f) wrote:
>

> >I am trying to export some plots from Mathematica into LaTeX, and
> >so I need the Mathematica graphs in Postscript form. I used the
> >Display command to attempt to do this. However, the result was not
> >a full Postscript file. It involved some Mathematica-specific
> >Postscript functions, so that it was not stand-alone, and needs
> >the function definitions from PS.TXT in my Mathematica directory
> >(I am running Mathematica under Windows 3.1 on a PC). I tried including
> >this file in its complete form and experienced errors.

>
> >Is there another way to get a full Postscript description of a plot?
> >Or is there a better way to include the PS.TXT file?

>
> This works for me:
>
> 1. Select graphics cell.
> 2. Copy it to the clipboard.
> 3. In the "Edit" menu choose "Convert Clipboard". In the dialog box go
> for Encapsulated PostScript. Click "Save in File".
> 4. EPSF file generated this way can be placed into LaTeX2e or LaTeX209
> document using, e.g.
>
> \setlength{\epsfxsize}{6.5cm} % scaling of the figure
> \centerline{\mbox{\epsffile{graphics.epsf}}}
>
> Cheers,
> Vicki
>
>
>
> ________________________________________________________________
> Victoria Steblina
> vvs124@rsphy1.anu.edu.au
> Optical Sciences Centre
>
>
> Australian National University
>
>
>








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