[Tugindia] tugindia Digest, Vol 57, Issue 18
yuwaraj m ghugal
ghugal at rediffmail.com
Sun Oct 14 20:12:24 CEST 2007
> 1. Re: How to convert graph file into a EPS file? (Sridhar M.A.)
>On 25 Sep 2007 13:16:29 -0000, yuwaraj m ghugal <ghugal at rediffmail.com> wrote:
For example I want to include sigmax.grf drawn in microsoft excel or windows based graphics software into my latex document, how it is to be carried out?
Kindly help me.
A wild guess : are you using sigma plot software? Then, there _might be an option in that lets you export/save the drawing/graph as
eps/pdf/jpg. Once you have one of those, inclusion into a LaTeX
document is easy. But, please provide more details like the program
you are using, etc, so that someone can help.
Latex does not accept PDF or JPG figures directly for their inclusion in the tex. It needs first to be converted into EPS file, then by figure inclusion command it can be done. My question is, How to convert any graph drawn using windows based software into EPS figure? Many software do not have option of saving Figs as PDF, JPG, and they are acceptable to Latex.
Please give me correct solution.
Dr. Y. M. Ghugal
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