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Mathematica PDF import and fonts
I am trying to put nice LaTeX labels on my Mathematica plots. I can do this manually, or by introducing an extra GNUPlot step into my workflow, but it would streamline the process considerably if ...
Aug 2 '12 at 15:21
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