What is your favorite way to export figure for use in LaTeX?
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Matlab's standard plotting tools are sufficient for visualizing intermediate results, but there are many reasons why you can't simply export a eps or pdf to be included in a LaTeX generated report or publication. I've tried a several options varying from explicitly setting the fonts to using export tools such as matlab2tikz; but what tools/ methods do you find the most effective at easily making a beautiful figure without extensive effort?
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ibrahim thamary 2018 年 2 月 19 日
I found this useful:
width = 3; % Width in inches
height = 3; % Height in inches
papersize = get(gcf, 'PaperSize');
left = (papersize(1)- width)/2;
bottom = (papersize(2)- height)/2;
myfiguresize = [left, bottom, width, height];
% Save the file as PNG
Oliver Woodford 2011 年 10 月 13 日
I create the graph or image in a MATLAB figure on screen exactly as I want it to appear in the paper. Then I save the figure as either a PDF or a PNG using export_fig. Finally I insert the output in latex using includegraphic and compile using pdflatex.
Export_fig respects figure dimensions, crops whitespace, embeds fonts and saves bitmaps at high quality, so the results look good.
Daniel Shub 2011 年 10 月 14 日
While beauty is subjective, I don't think that it is possible to produce a beautiful figure without extensive effort. Even with extensive effort, I do not think that MATLAB can produce a beautiful figure. Now quick, publishable and clear, then you want to use export_fig.
Maalek Naghavi 2021 年 6 月 12 日
編集済み: Maalek Naghavi 2021 年 6 月 12 日
Matlab-generated PDF graph
If you have saved your Matlab-created graph as a pdf file, then you can use it in your Latex document using:
You may change the size of your figure by tuning the options inside the braces to fit it to your space. Then compile your whole document:
pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode -src main.tex
Matlab-generated EPS graph
If you have saved your Matlab-created graph as an eps file, then the same procedure applies for including the figure. For compilation use:
latex -interaction=nonstopmode -src main.pdf
If you are creating a presentation using beamer class, see beamer's documentation, chapter Creating PostScripts.