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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@Öskå Thanks all the same!
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@Öskå I'm sorry, nope.
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
Yeap, you got me. Thanks so much! Even the coordinates in the axis will be mixed up when I export the figure as a eps file.
Nov
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
Thanks!Print is not OK also.
Nov
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@AlexeiBoulbitch Yes, I also tried on Windows with no problem. So, it may be only a question with Ubuntu.
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@Öskå Yeap. Thanks! I use Export["~/test.pdf", p] with the same problem. So, it's a question of Ubuntu.
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@AlexeiBoulbitch It's just an example to show the problem. There are many long word in English, for example, 'smiles': there is a mile between two 's'.
Nov
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comment How to export figures with normal spacing in texts?
@Öskå Thanks! I update the quaestion. My OS is ubuntu 14.04 and I use MMA 10.
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Oct
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Thanks! I understand.
Oct
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Yeah, it works! But why PlotRange -> All is needed?
Oct
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Please try this example: g1 = Plot[{Sin[x], .5 Sin[2 x]}, {x, 0, 2 \[Pi]}, Filling -> {1 -> {2}}] // axisFlip; g2 = Plot[1 + 5 Sinc[10 x], {x, -2, 2}, Filling -> Bottom]; Show[g1, g2, PlotRange -> {{-2, 2}, {0, 7}}]
Oct
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Your answer is wonderful! But the figure after axisFlip cannot Show with other figures.
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