If you export graphics from Maple, GeoGebra, IPE or InkScape for use in LaTeX (or anywhere else), the tool on this page may be helpful. It converts a graphics file from
.eps format to
- many programs export to
.eps“better than” they export to
.epshas correct sizing
- old versions of Maple can export to
.eps, but not
- Depending on exactly how you use LaTeX, you are either required to use
epstopdfcommand-line converter installed, maybe you’re not running it at home or don’t like command-line applications.
- (Is there a big difference between
.ps? Not really — they are all vector graphics with similar capabilities.)
Send questions or bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.