[Xy-pic] Problem with Xy-pic graph next to eps file via
subfigure package
Richard Dybowski
rdybowski at btinternet.com
Fri May 16 11:03:45 CEST 2003
Ross,
You are a genius; I tried \begin{xy} *!D\xybox{\xymatrix{....}}\end{xy} and
it worked!
Many thanks,
Richard
> > I would like to place a graph produced by Xy-pic next to a figure obtained
> > from an EPS file. I have attempted this using the subfigure package but,
> > instead of the two figures appearing side-by-side, the figure from Xy-pic
> > appears much lower than that from the EPS file. How do I overcome this
> > problem?
>
>It sounds like you are placing two boxes side-by-side, in horizontal mode.
>where those boxes have different heights and depths.
>TeX will align them so that the baselines match.
>
>By default, Xy-pic produces boxes in which the baseline is midway down
>the diagram; i.e. equal height and depth.
>
>But you can easily change this, using \xybox .
>
>e.g. \begin{xy} *!D\xybox{.....}\end{xy}
>
>places the contents (Xy-pic constructed sub-diagram)
>as a single <object> within the outer {xy}-environment.
>The !D moifier means that the current reference point is at the
>bottom (Down) edge, hence all of the diagram is above this.
>That is, the resulting box has all height, no depth.
>
>In your case, you may want:
>
> \begin{xy} *!D\xybox{\xymatrix{....}}\end{xy}
>
>Using different modifiers, (e.g. factors after the direction
>specifier) you can shift the diagram vertically, as much as you like;
>e.g., try the effect of:
>
> \begin{xy} *!U(.5)\xybox{\xymatrix{....}}\end{xy}
> \begin{xy} *!D(1.2)\xybox{\xymatrix{....}}\end{xy}
>
>
>Hope this helps.
>
> Ross Moore
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