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Re: Saving graphics as EPS (Mathematica 3.0/HPUX)

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  • Subject: [mg9150] Re: [mg9138] Saving graphics as EPS (Mathematica 3.0/HPUX)
  • From: Kristina Langer <langerk at>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 03:37:52 -0400
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Hi Chris, 

I run Mathematica 3.0 on a Win95 PC and have experience similar problems
using the pull-down menus to save graphics.  My solution is to use the
Display[] command to save a graphics called plotname to the .eps file

Display["plot.eps", plotname, "EPS", ImageSize->n]

(n is the width in points of the saved image - an optional feature, but
nice for generating consistently sized plots.)

Not sure if this will solve your problem on an HP, but it's worth a try.


>But my question remains: how do I get Mathematica 3.0 for HPUX to produce
>valid EPS files for graphics?
>Chris Goedde
>goedde at

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