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Generating EPSF using plt

To make plt produce an EPSF file suitable for inclusion in a LATEX document, simply pipe the output of plt to lwcat -eps, adding any other plt or lwplt options you wish, and capture the output of lwcat in a file with the suffix .ps (this suffix is required by LATEX's epsfig package). Note that lwcat's -cN options are ignored when generating EPSF.

You may wish to print a ``proof'' copy of your plt figure. To do so, simply print the .ps file, for example, using the command


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