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cdj

04/11/03 4:38pm
Hi all,
I've looked all over for how to do this, but have only found "partial" answers...
I've made a graph, and Exported it to eps file. Apparently Mathematica does some funky stuff to eps files, that makes them not directly compatible with LaTex.
(the graph is completely normal:
Plot[Sin[x], {x, 360°, 360°}, Ticks > {
{360°, 270°, 180°, 90°, 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°, 360°}, Automatic},
ImageSize > 400, AxesLabel > {"x", "sin x"}, AspectRatio > .35]
)
Because of stuff I'm doing in my LaTeX doc (psfraging text into other pics), I have to compile in the following cycle:
source>dvi>ps>pdf.
The Mathematica pic is preventing the dvi>ps portion from working. If there's a log generated, I don't know where it is  but the end result is no ps file.
I saw a post here about using \epsfig  tried it  didn't work...
What do I need to do in order to get this pic into "good" eps form? Why don't Mathematica eps pics work immediately with LaTex?
Any advice is *much* appreciated,
cdj
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