
From:  Jean Dubois 
Subject:  Re: [newbie] advice for using LaTeXcode in Octave graphs 
Date:  Thu, 10 Oct 2013 14:55:31 +0200 
I second that: epslatex (pdflatex) works quite well. Maybe it is worthOn 09.10.2013 14:26, Ben Abbott wrote:
> On Oct 9, 2013, at 6:15 AM, Jean Dubois wrote:
>
>> Can someone here tell me what the preferred method is for using LaTeXcode in combination with Octaveplots.
>> I currently use "print deps ..." to generate epsfiles from my plots and then I use psfrag in LaTeX to substitute simple labels and legends by more complicated LaTeXformulas. This method works but it often happens that the placement and size of the final formulas is not optimal.
>>
>> thanks in advance,
>> jean
>
> Have you tried the epslatex, and/or tikz output formats?
>
> close all
> graphics_toolkit gnuplot
> plot (rand (3))
> xlabel ("indices")
> ylabel ("random value")
> print depslatex test_epslatex
>
> To see how the files are to be included in a latex document, you can try the standalone version.
>
> print depslatexstandalone test_epslatex
>
> If you are using pdflatex, just replace "epslatex" with "pdflatex"
>
mentioning that you can use latexsyntax in labels, legends etc. like
legend('$y_R(t)$','$y(t)$','$u(t)$');
xlabel('$t$ in s');
ylabel('$y_R(t)$, $y(t)$, $u(t)$');
Torsten
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