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Annotating Mathematica-generated postscript graphics

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  • Subject: [mg43545] Annotating Mathematica-generated postscript graphics
  • From: kc144 at (Kevin Gross)
  • Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 03:42:16 -0400 (EDT)
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I'm looking for suggestions on how to annotate Mathematica-generated
postscript graphics with arrows, text, etc.  I'm rather picky, so
suggestions which consider the following restrictions would be most

* I am not interested in converting such graphics to a bitmap format
for editing purposes

* I do not want to write Mathematica code to place the arrows and text for
me--this is too time-consuming for the many different plots I need to

* I have access to Canvas 9 and it should do the job, but I already
mentioned my troubles with it in another thread

* I do not have access (and as a Ph.D. student, can't afford) Adobe

* I use a Mac (but if there are relavent tools for the PC, suggesting
it might help someone else)



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