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Re: EPS file of Plot with AxesLabel->{"t","f(t)"}]

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  • Subject: [mg12916] Re: EPS file of Plot with AxesLabel->{"t","f(t)"}]
  • From: dkefford at fair1.fairfield.edu
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 03:44:37 -0400
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I ran the following in Mathematica 3.0 for Win95:

Plot[Sin[x], {x, -2Pi, 2Pi}, AxesLabel -> {"t","f(t)"}]
Display["test.eps", Out[2], "EPS"]

and then opened the file in GhostView 2.3 for Win95. Likewise, the
Y-axis label was displayed as "fHtL." Following the advice of one
respondent, I changed the  font path by going to Options:Configure
Ghostscript... There I appended ";c:<Mathematica
directory>\SystemFiles\Fonts\Type1" to the FONTPATH variable. And lo!
it works.

>Paul Slater wrote:

>> When I use the Display command to create an EPS file with a Plot of the
>> form indicated above, the "f(t)" gets garbeled. My other plots (without
>> "f(t)") work fine. Is there some problem with the use of the
>> parentheses?
>>
>> Paul Slater

>  The program or printer you use can not find the correct Mathematica
>font. If you are using
>Ghostscript on Unix, you can set the environment variable to point to
>the Type1 fonts for
>Mathematica, very much like so:

>setenv GS_FONTPATH /usr/local/mathematica/SystemFiles/Fonts/Type1

>Also look at

>http://www.wolfram.com/support/Graphics/NoMathFonts.html

>for information on how to make graphs that don't require Mathematica
>fonts.

>Arnoud

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