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Re: LaTeX in octave/automated plots

From: A S Hodel
Subject: Re: LaTeX in octave/automated plots
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 22:31:45 -0600

An obvious solution that I should have thought of.

I'll need to keep some of the plots as they are since I'm also introducing students (soph level) to the use of octave as a software/ plotting tool. It's enough of a stretch to get my colleagues to look at Octave as a primary computing tool in the first place. I need to give this a bit more thought.


On Nov 26, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Steve Thompson wrote:

jwe wrote:
For something like this, I recommend using Octave to generate
the data and then using gnuplot (or your favorite graphics
package) to generate the plots from the data.

That's what I do.  Gnuplot's pslatex driver generates a .tex file
that is inputted to the LaTeX main source file.  It works great.


PS: See for example.

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