[OS X TeX] Large Figure in Document? (and slow response of TeXShop)

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Nov 13 13:51:11 CET 2005

Am 13.11.2005 um 13:15 schrieb Arno Kruse:

> Am 13.11.2005 um 12:52 schrieb Peter Dyballa:
> <snip>
>> PNG is compact. A better solution would be to create real curves, 
>> i.e. graphs that can be written as functions y=f(x) in PS Tricks, 
>> from the many points supplied. (1)25 bytes instead of 25 MB -- that's 
>> efficiency.
> That sounds very interesting, Peter. I create graphs in Mathematica 
> and use the pdf files in LaTeX - a common way, I assume.
> It would be nice to see an example how you do your work in PS Tricks.

I don't work in curves. I just know that 
'\psplot[plotstyle=curve,linewidth=1.25pt]{-10}{370}{x sin}' would 
print one period of the sine function, substituting many dots which 
approximate the curve's course. Other decoration, texts, arrows, and 
colours can be added.

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