[OS X TeX] working with eps figures

Claus Gerhardt gerhardt at math.uni-heidelberg.de
Thu Jul 14 00:01:03 CEST 2005


You can arrange the figures with the help of simple Latex commands,  
see the example below, where you only have to replace the \begin 
{mfpic} by \includegraphics. You might not need minipages.

Claus

\begin{minipage}{5cm}%
\begin{center}
\begin{mfpic}[15]{-4.2}{16}{-4.2}{4.2}
%\store{U}{\cyclic[.75]{(-2,-2),(0,-1.5),(2,-2.4),(1.8,2),(0.5,1.8), 
(-2.3,1.7)}}
%\gfill[0.7white]\mfobj{U}
%\draw\mfobj{U}
%\penwd{.7pt}
%\point{(-1.8,-1.8),(1.8,-2)}
\arrow\curve{(-1.8,-1.8),(0,0),(1.8,-1)}
%\tlabel[tc](-2,1){$E$}
%\tlabel[tb](-,0){ $x_0$ }
%\tlabel[tb](12,0){ $f(x_0)$ }
%\tcaption[2,1]{A pathwise connected space}
\end{mfpic}\\[-30pt]
{\hskip -10pt An embedding}
\end{center}
\end{minipage}%\hskip 2cm
\begin{minipage}{5cm}%
\begin{center}
\begin{mfpic}[15]{-4.2}{16}{-4.2}{4.2}
%\store{U}{\cyclic[.75]{(-2,-2),(0,-1.5),(2,-2.4),(1.8,2),(0.5,1.8), 
(-2.3,1.7)}}
%\gfill[0.7white]\mfobj{U}
%\draw\mfobj{U}
%\penwd{.7pt}
%\point{(-1.8,-1.8),(1.8,-2)}
\arrow\curve{(-1.8,-1.8),(0,0),(0.5,-1), (-1,-1.5), (1,0), (1.8,-1)}
%\tlabel[tc](-2,1){$E$}
%\tlabel[tb](-,0){ $x_0$ }
%\tlabel[tb](12,0){ $f(x_0)$ }
%\tcaption[2,1]{A pathwise connected space}
\end{mfpic}\\[-30pt]
{\hskip -15pt An immersion}
\end{center}
\end{minipage}

On Jul 13, 2005, at 23:48, Aaron Jackson wrote:

> I hope this is not too off topic...  I have 6 eps figures that I am  
> trying to turn into one one large eps figure with the 6 figures  as  
> subfigures arranged  in a 3x2 configuration (possibly with captions  
> for each subfigure).  I haven't needed to do this in the past, so I  
> don't know the best way to do this.  If possible, I would like to  
> use a command line tool that is part of one of GW's i-packages.   
> Does anybody have any pointers?  Thanks.
>
> Aaron
>
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