The next couple of pages deal with getting output from the graphs you
have created. There are several ways you can do this:
- Print to a Printer - This would be useful if all you need
is a paper copy of the graph you have constructed.
- Output to a Postscript File - This would be useful if you
would like to print multiple copies, or would like to have the image
available to print at a later time without replotting it.
- Output to a Encapsulated Postscript File - This would be
useful if you would like to include the graphics in a
document. Most work processors and desktop publishers (i.e.,
FrameMaker) import EPS files with the highest quality.
- Output to a Graphics File - This would be useful if you
wanted to post the image on the web
Subtopics - Printing to Printer -
Outputing to Postscript Files -
Outputing to Graphics Files
Table of Contents - Previous - 3D Data Plots - Next - Printing to Printer
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