
From:  Dmitri A. Sergatskov 
Subject:  Re: exporting figures with embedded fonts ? 
Date:  Thu, 12 Oct 2017 00:54:10 0500 
CdeMills wrote
> Hello,
>
> I have a question from a Ph.D student writing his thesis. A number of
> figures are produced with Octave, and the final target is to produce a
> pdf/A1a document (pdf long term archive) using xelatex.
>
> To this end:
> 1) figures should not have transparency
> 2) figure fonts should be embedded
>
> Is there some way to generate directly export such figures from inside
> Octave to eps/pdf files ?
>
> Regards
>
> Pascal
>
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Hi,
I guess it depends what graphics toolkit the student is using?
Opengl based toolkits (fltk, qt) can produce two kinds of ouputs:
* pdf/eps straight out of Octave: those have fonts embedded by default by
Ghostscript,
* latex + pdf/eps files to be postprocessed by a latex engine. In this case
you'll have to instruct xelatex to do the font embedding itself.
I know nothing about the gnuplot toolkit so I'll let someone else answer.
Pantxo
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