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graphics problems

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg436] graphics problems
  • From: uucp at mathbu.ernet.in
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jan 95 13:04:48 IST

	I am a student at the Department of Mathematics, University
of Bombay, India, registered for the Master of Philosophy
(Mathematics) degree. I have used Mathematica, even though we do
not have Mathematica here at the department. The Department plans
to buy the same in the near future. I have only access to MS-DOS
Version 2-1 of Mathematica. 

	Can you help me in the following: 

1. 	I had generated nine graphics using the Plot function which I
wanted printed (using Post-Script compatible HPLJ 4ML laser
printer) four to a page. I used the GraphicsArray and saved the
file using Display. But when I used the rasterps.exe to print
the file, I found that only the first Graphic on the array was
printed the way it ought to have been printed. The rest of them
had too thin lines. What went wrong? What command should I give
to get the print-out? Please give me the correct rasterps
command. 

2. 	I next thought it would be nice to have the pictures embedded
in text which I had typed out in TEX. If I leave place for a
picture in the text can I print the picture in exactly the same
place? Can you help me get the output? 

3. Also, is there any way I can control the thickness of the
mesh lines in 3-dimensional graphics or the thickness of the
plot and axis in  2-dimensional graphics. 

	My e-mail address is nandgopa at mathbu.ernet.in

	Looking forward to your reply and thanking you,
	
	Yours sincerely,
	V. Nandagopal
	
27-1-95	


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