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Re: st: Any way to annotate a Stata graph with LaTeX?

From   "Eva Poen" <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Any way to annotate a Stata graph with LaTeX?
Date   Mon, 25 Aug 2008 13:01:21 +0100


I'm not a mac user, so I don't know what LaTeXiT does. As far as I
know, what you want can't be done from within Stata. I'm not sure if
many people want to see this feature; one thing that comes up
regularly is greek letters on axes etc. which is a similar thing.

I tend to use psfrag.sty in LaTeX, which works by replacing some text
in an eps figure by some LaTeX text, which can be math mode or text
mode. It only works on eps, though.

Maybe someone else has a solution involving selecting the system fonts
for Stata graphs (cmsuper?); I don't know if that's possible.


2008/8/25 Richard Sperling <[email protected]>:
> I don't think this message made it to the list the first time I tried
> to post it. My apologies if it's a duplicate message.
> Has anyone developed a way or method to incorporate LaTeX formatted
> text into a Stata graph? It would be great if the Stata graph editor
> had the capability to generate LaTeX formatted annotations. For Mac
> users, I have in mind something along the lines of the program LaTeXiT
> that allows one to add snippets of LaTeX text to Powerpoint or Keynote
> presentations.
> Maybe I'm asking too much from Stata. Is this a feature that other
> people would like to see? Just curious.
> Thanks,
> Richard
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