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You can import external graphics using package graphicx. LaTeX itself treats the image like normal text, i. The package documentation list the options width and heightas well as others.
The document root. Please note the following important lines:. The ps2pdf command should go on a single line.
Submissions to arXiv should be topical and refereeable scientific contributions that follow accepted standards of scholarly communication. Our goal is to store articles in formats that are highly portable and stable over time. We do not accept submissions with omitted figures, even if you provide links to view figures externally. If you submit figures with your La TeX source, use standard macro packages e.
Until now it was working fine, but suddenly it stopped recognizing any graphics extension. LaTeX Error: Unknown graphics extension:. Last edited by localghost on Mon Oct 21, pm, edited 1 time in total.
What happens when LaTeX is finished depends on the configuration of preview-image-type. What to do for each of the various settings is specified in the variable preview-image-creators. The options to pass into Ghostscript and what Emacs image type to use is specified in preview-gs-image-type-alist.
Pandoc is a Haskell library for converting from one markup format to another, and a command-line tool that uses this library. For the full lists of input and output formats, see the --from and --to options below. Pandoc has a modular design: it consists of a set of readers, which parse text in a given format and produce a native representation of the document an abstract syntax tree or ASTand a set of writers, which convert this native representation into a target format.
Whenever you want to include graphics or pictures it's a very good idea to put them in a figure environment. LaTeX knows that the best places to put figures are at the top or bottom of a page, or perhaps on a separate page altogether. The optional argument to the figure environment tells LaTeX where you'd like it to appear, if possible; the options are h meaning "here", t at the top of a pageb at the bottom of a page and p on a page without any text.
Summary before we begin: if you want to include raster bitmap graphics then use the Gimp. If you want to include vector graphics then use xFig Tgif or Inkscape also work with LaTex, but not as well. If you want to include diagrams for example commutative diagrams then use the "xypic" package from within LaTex.