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Re: st: Graphics translation: eps bounding box question |

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Wed, 7 Aug 2002 22:52:31 +0200 |

[...] > > > >1) The bounding box is not given in integers, but as i.e. "0.000 0.000 > >432.000 288.000". This causes ghostview/-script to complain. It should be > >"0 0 432 288". Roger writes: > What version of GhostView/Script are you using? I use GSView Version 4.2 > (dated 7 Feb 2002), and it can handle non-integer bounding boxes by > converting them to integers for display purposes, although it queries the > user before doing so. You can download the latest version from > http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/, although it will nag you every time you > launch it about becoming a registered user. Roger, I use latest gsview and ghostscript. Gsview does exactly what you say, but epstool refuses to work properly with noninteger bounding boxes. Just to inform�everyone�about how problem�#1 has been solved: Antoine Terracol sent me an ado-file which returns integer bounding boxes. It works wonderful, so if someone else has the same problem, just tell. > >2) The bounding box is calculated too large, leaving white space below the > >graph. In my case this is about 1/3 of the whole picture. > > You don't say what version of Stata you are using. Stata .EPS graphs used > to be like that in the days of Stata 6. However, today (in Stata 7) the > bounding box fits nicely round the graph, in my experience, except when you > > use the -by- option of -graph-, in which case Stata arranges the by-groups > in a square array (so vertical and horizontal scaling are done by the same > factor). In this case, if the number of by-groups is not a perfect square > (eg 1, 4, 9, 16, 25 or 49), Stata wastes the excess space, and puts the > bounding box round the full set of graphs that would be present if the > number of by-groups was equal to the next perfect square upwards. This seems to be what is happening. I combine 5 graphs and have some white�space below my picture. But now,�since�my bounding boxes�are integer, it is one line at the DOS promt to correct the bounding box: epstool -b -c -onewpic.eps oldpic.eps Thanks a lot for all replies, best regards, Eva Poen * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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