An exercise on the epsfig package Before you run latex on the new file, make sure that the. A figure in a separate PostScript file can be included in a LaTeX document using the epsfig package. Most mathematical/scientific graphics software allows you. The epsfig package was updated to LATEX 2ε as a stop-gap measure while the LATEX3 team ad- dressed the general problem of inserting graphics in. LATEX.

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Print this file and turn in hard copy by the end of class. My question is simply “are they serious about this? I think its the change you suggested seems to be working. I thought it was odd that the manual said nothing about it.

Including Figures in a LaTeX document

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. David Carlisle k 38 Before you run latex on the new file, make sure that the PostScript files that you want to use have been moved to the same directory.

Hi Pavel, welcome to the board! In one of them, you say that “the epsfig latex package has been obsolete for 20 years” which feels pretty ancient. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

There are many other errors. Sign up using Facebook. Shouldn’t this recommendation be in the manual as well? Please hand in the typeset version of your document at the beginning of our next class meeting.


Using epsfig in lncs guidelines Ask Latexx. What format does it have? An exercise on the epsfig package Copy the following text into a text editor, and choose one of the the PostScript files that you worked with last time to replace the filename in the various graphics commands. There is no reason at all to use epsfigunless processing documents from the ‘s if the publisher really insists on it, it probably doesn’t do any harm, it’s just a silly restriction.

What code do you write to include the figure? I suggest that you keep the dimensions of the figures modest to avoid creating a huge PostScript file. Then run latex graphicx-test and use dvips to convert the resulting dvi file to graphicx-test.

Hope to get some useful tips.

Hi attaching the log file. Make sure that the file golfer.

Do you get any warnings? See the example further down. No registered users and 12 guests. For me I feel its something to do with my fpsfig TeXnic Center, as I had other sample LaTex files and for them also it in not compiling the figures in the file.

LaTeX Lesson 7 –Graphics in LaTeX

In your experience, is it really necessary to use EPS images? I am getting a blank space for the figure in my output page. The only reason I asked was because when I wrote epsifg epsfig I expected to see some sort of explanation about why it shouldn’t be loaded. Who is online Users browsing this forum: The second code snippet looks well. We used the LaTeX graphics package epsfwhich was designed to work with the dvips driver.


Then save the modified file as epsfig-test.

I’ve recently read answers by you in which you vehemently tell people “do not load epsfig ” I didn’t actually know about the package until I saw you say this. Open a terminal window and a text editor, and then use your mouse to copy the following LaTeX source code into your editor. If you have done all the in-class activities suggested above, and there is still time left, here are some other activities you can do.

Here is an example. But got no result in any format. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. And I think this is the one right now with which we are working.

Insert a figure in LaTeX

Thanks for clearing that up. Hi Veeral, welcome to the board! I now have two questions for you: I usually use the pdfLaTeX compiler for my writing as it most directly gives me what I want. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

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