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## Re: Latex Fonts and Octave

**From**: |
Steve Thompson |

**Subject**: |
Re: Latex Fonts and Octave |

**Date**: |
Thu, 26 Mar 2009 21:46:00 -0700 |

my advice in this area is consistently, "just use gnuplot"
see
http://www.nabble.com/Re%3A-LaTeX-codes-in-plot-text-(titles%2C-labels%2C-etc.)-p9009974.html
for example...
good luck
steve
On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 9:29 PM, Dmitri A. Sergatskov
<address@hidden> wrote:
>* On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 8:50 PM, Thomas Markovich*
>* <address@hidden> wrote:*
>*> The original solution wasn't so much that it didn't give me what I*
>*> wanted as it didn't give what the journal wanted. I don't know why*
>*> they rejected the figures but they did. That was how we did it after*
>*> having each figure in a .ps form. I'll try to use one of the other*
>*> options but thank you so much. After an initial look, these look*
>*> wonderful.*
>*>*
>
>* This is not a general solution but for this particular case*
>* you can just edit the postscript file and replace all ocurrences*
>* of "Helvetica" with "Times-Roman".*
>
>* Dmitri.*
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**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *(continued)*
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ben Abbott*, `2009/03/26`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Thomas Markovich*, `2009/03/26`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ben Abbott*, `2009/03/26`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Thomas Markovich*, `2009/03/26`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ben Abbott*, `2009/03/26`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *LUK ShunTim*, `2009/03/27`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ivan Sutoris*, `2009/03/27`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ben Abbott*, `2009/03/27`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Ben Abbott*, `2009/03/29`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**, *Dmitri A. Sergatskov*, `2009/03/27`
**Re: Latex Fonts and Octave**,
*Steve Thompson* **<=**