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st: Re: including EPS in pdflatex
Stata's default graphics ARE color graphs, and Stata's sjlatex package
works just fine to produce color graphs via pdflatex in my installation
of that software (TeXShop on OS X 10.3). They are not bitmapped; I can
blow up the resulting pdf to the size of my living room wall and
everything is sharp as it can be.
Ian's comments may relate to his choice of operating system and LaTeX
installation. My LaTeX installation is the standard *Unix/Linux teTeX
distribution. I think those who use that OS from Redmond use a
different distribution of LaTeX: the solution of Philippe van Kerm's
that Ian proposes is a Windows-specific solution, depending on the
I would not expect that any Unix or Linux user would have any
difficulties with including monochrome or color graphics in a document
processed by pdflatex, or for that matter need Ghostscript, etc.
Kit Baum, Boston College Economics
On Apr 2, 2005, at 2:33 AM, Ian wrote:
While Kit's approach works fine for B&W graphs, I have found problems
in getting good colour graphs into LaTeX (without them being
bitmapped). The solution was suggested on this list some time ago and I
have been using the solution for several months with very good
results. I now use it all the time for both B&W and colour graphs.
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