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Re: Display

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  • Subject: [mg24521] Re: Display
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2000 03:04:04 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
  • References: <8l6a4t$>
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a) you must download the mathematica Type 1 fonts to the PostScript
printer where you print the EPS files.

To include the figures in a TeX file you may use the virtual font
that comes with Mathematica and replace all TeX symbol fonts with
fonts. When the package is installed dvips will automatical inlcude the
You should use \includegraphics{} from the graphicx package.

Otherwise you have to include the fonts via -h option to dvips or make 
them resident on your printer.

b) Set the SymbolShape->None options in MultipleListPlot[] 


Wissam Alsaidi wrote:
> Hi all,
>  I want to display a plot in eps form and there is no problem in
> that using the Diplay["fig.eps",plotname,"EPS"],however the frame labels
> are not diplayed properly.I am using for instance cos\[Phi] and a/b as
> plot labels and what appears in the printed figure is cos f and (a,b) on
> top of each other but without a fraction sign. Is there a way to do that.I
> want to include this figure in a tex file.It would be very helpfull if one
> can put tex commands for the labels and the dvips command will convert
> properly.
> Another question how can I use MultipleListPlot with the options
> PlotJoined->True,and "Do not show points".
> Thanks for help.

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