Hallo MathGroup readers, all the nice features of Mathematica which allows to save even sophisticated nb files in formats such as CDF and pdf are (unfortunately) irrelevant when it comes to the point of preparing some documents for conference proceedings. For example, Springer Verlag always requires that articles are submitted in (La)TeX format which would require a lot of additional effort to retype formulas etc. and copy pictures separately into the TeX document. To my opinion, TeX was a great achievement in the 80-ies, but 30 years later it seems to me that this is some kind of stone-age IT. In the case of producing a pdf file it requires (to my experience) only a printer driver e.g. such as "pdfFactory" which creates reliable pdf files from Mathematica notebooks directly. Doing the same with "Save as..." within Mathematica (V8) produce huge pdf files for which e.g. Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional crashes. Thus, I can highly recommend the software tool "pdfFactory" for this task. Now, my question is : does anybody know a software tool, not necessarily a freeware program, (working in a similar way as a printer driver) to produce a TeX file directly from a Mathematica nb file (with refined graphics etc.) ? Any recommendations will be appreciated. Regards, R. Kragler -- Prof. Dr. Robert Kragler Hasenweg 5 D-88090 Immenstaad, Germany Phone : +49 (7545) 2833 or 3500 Email : kragler@hs-weingarten.de URL : http://portal.hs-weingarten.de/web/kragler

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I noticed that some files WILL convert to pdf by printing to PS-file first, and some ony when you print to distiller 'directly' Is there any difference in the 'quality'of the resulting pdf? Reason I'm asking is because my boss wants to set up a dedicated distiller-server, that we will send ps-files to, to be distilled. But from my experience, i get less failure if I print 'directly' to distiller from the application I'm using. Any comments on this welcome! Yada In message <1069972424.464483@evisp-news-01.ops.asmr-01.energis-idc.net>, Yada <yada@...

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While the conversion of a (sophisticated) Mathematica nb-file (with many inline formulae etc. ) into a pdf-file works perfectly (at least) with Mathematica V7 I always have a problem with the requirement of conference organizers who request to submit a Mathematica paper in LaTeX form for the proceedings. With the highly advanced Mathematica FrontEnd which easily allows writing texts with sophisticated mathematical notation I think it is a step-back to rewrite the same paper as a LaTeX document again. My question to MathGroup community : is there a program to convert a Mathema...

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In Mathematica 8.0.4.0 on Windows 7, it seems that EPS files will only embed Mathematica fonts (Math1 et al.); if one tries to use some other font, one gets something like this in the EPS file: 1. In the header comments: %%DocumentNeededResources: font TrumpMediaeval-Roman %%DocumentSuppliedResources: font Mathematica1 %%+ font TrumpMediaeval-Roman-MISO %%DocumentNeededFonts: TrumpMediaeval-Roman %%DocumentSuppliedFonts: Mathematica1 %%+ TrumpMediaeval-Roman-MISO %%DocumentFonts: TrumpMediaeval-Roman %%+ Mathematica1 %%+ TrumpMediaeval-Roman-MISO 2. when the font is used: ...

How to generate application (*.exe) file from *.m file, which has lots of graphics. Program was written for image watermarking by using image processing toolbox. I want to send this program some where else but with out sowing the program codes. By this *.exe no need to use matlab6.5 platform. Also tell me How to generate *.p file from *.m file Which is hide the code to user but for run this program need matlab6.5 Please give me some idea about it. it is very urgent for me. I will be very great full to you "Biswajit Kar" <hibiswajitkar@rediffmail.com> wrote in message ne...

Having written a lot of code on M8, I recently switched to M9 and tried to run the code which starts by loading an .mx file written by M8, but M9 wouldn't read it saying that it was written on another machine. This is a major incompatibility issue between M8 and M9. Fortunately I kept my M8 installation, so for now, M9 is useless to me. Please a solution. On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 2:23:46 AM UTC-5, NBM wrote: > Having written a lot of code on M8, I recently switched to M9 and tried to > > run the code which starts by loading an .mx file written by M8, but M9 wouldn&#...

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How to get from a to b: I remember something I found a while back in a search but can't find it again. I want a music/ sound file wav, aiff or mp3 from a Mathematica sound. And I don't want to buy an expensive package to do it. Thanks, Roger L. Bagula Hi, Export[] can write the sound formats supported on you system and one of the free mp3 encoders like Lame will produce the mp3 file from it .. Regards Jens "Roger L. Bagula" wrote: > > How to get from a to b: > I remember something I found a while back in a search but can't find ...

Unable to get the solution for : source(.wav file)--->A/D(PCM)---->coding---->modulation(QPSK)--->Chane l(+ nois)--->demodulation--->decoding----> D/A--->sound(.wav file) MATLAB ...

On 12/14/12 at 2:58 AM, noomenov@gmail.com (noomen mechri) wrote: >Thanks for your reply! yes, that's what I had to do ... rerun the >whole calculation on M9 which again took a few hours!! (I know ... >not good at optimizing code) But then what is the purpose of having >.mx files to save the workspace variables for future use ... if they >can only be read by the version in which they have been produced ... >it is senseless ... No. It is still useful for saving time from one session to the next in the same version on the same machine. It is just the .mx format...

Hi guys, I met a problem, in ABC.nb , I need to run XYZ.nb, is there any function to execute the XYZ.nb in ABC.nb? cheers, leo Leo.Chen wrote: > I met a problem, in ABC.nb , I need to run XYZ.nb, is there any > function to execute the XYZ.nb in ABC.nb? Make the vital lines in XYZ.nb "Initialization" cells then save it to create XYZ.m this can now be run with the "Get" or "Needs" function as a Package <<XYZ` you will probably want it in the same directory as your current notebook; Mathematica won't look there unless you...

Hello ! You can use Export. For example, let blabla be the sound : In[8]:= blabla = Play[Sin[220*Pi*t], {t, 0, 5}] In[9]:= Export["T:\\mySound.wav", blabla]; The first argument of Export is the file path with name and extension. If you want to put it in the disk C:\\myDocuments\\sound_files : Export["C:\\myDocuments\\sound_files ", blabla]; Regards F.Jaccard -----Message d'origine----- De�: Roger L. Bagula [mailto:rlbtftn@netscape.net] Envoy�: mardi, 15. juin 2004 08:50 ��: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net Objet�: I have sounds in Mathem...

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