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Re: [OT] manipulating ps/eps/pdf (was: Re: saving plot images in arbitra

From: Christoph Dalitz
Subject: Re: [OT] manipulating ps/eps/pdf (was: Re: saving plot images in arbitrary sizes.)
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 12:58:18 +0100

On Sat, 31 Jan 2004 21:18:51 -0600
"John W. Eaton" <address@hidden> wrote:
> | In the past I have had considerable trouble converting and manipulating 
> | ps/eps/pdf graphics.  The basic tools available generally do a poor job. 
> |   For example, if you use ps2pdf on a gnuplot generated eps graphic, it 
> | generates a letter-size pdf with your graphic in the lower-left corner; 
> | not what I want!  Using ImageMagick's convert changes everything to 
> | bitmapped format, even if you convert ps->ps.
> You should try epstopdf instead of ps2pdf.  It solves the bounding box
> problem.
Just in case you wonder where to get epstopdf: it is part of the "tetex"
latex distribution.


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