# psfrag for Mathematica 10

Posted 4 years ago
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 Hello,As far as I understand, psfrag is no longer working with Mathematica 10. Does anyone have a solution for this problem or knows whether there will be a solution in the near future? Or is there an alternative? What I want to do is export eps files from Mathematica and include them into Latex with nice Labels.
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Posted 4 years ago
 Have a look at MaTeX by Szabolcs Horváthttp://szhorvat.net/pelican/latex-typesetting-in-mathematica.html
Posted 4 years ago
 Thank you very much. This is awesome.
Posted 4 years ago
 There is a dedicated thread on this forum by Szabolcs: LaTeX typesetting in Mathematica
Posted 8 months ago
 Yes, Szabolcs has made a nice package. But it does not solve my problem with psfrag-substitutions using eps-images in a LaTeX-document.
Posted 3 months ago
 Could you please explain what you can achieve with psfrag (or MathPSFrag) that is not possible with MaTeX? Maybe there is a way to improve MaTeX to accommodate your use case. I would simply like to understand your motivation for wanting to use psfrag.
Posted 3 months ago
 Mathematica often produces corrupted EPS files, hence is is usually better to Export your graphics as PDF, then convert the latter to EPS using third-party tools. Here are some posts of mine containing description of different ways to do this:
Posted 3 months ago
 Thanks for the interesting suggestion, Alexey. I am unable to tell for sure, but it may well be that flattening transparency is related to my problem. The images were Graphics objects, not Graphics3D. I am not sure that I can use your method. I don't know how LaTeX does it, but it needs to be able to identify certain strings of text in the EPS-file as such for the psfrag-substitution to work the way it used to (substitute a user specified string with a TeX-command). The rest of my document will be typeset by LaTeX, and using fonts other than those in my TeX-system is not an option.My testing confirmed that Mathematica was changed for worse in this sense when moving away from version 9. I would also like to know why Wolfram did that? Or is there an export option to go back to this (not unlike the option to temporarily go back to version 5 graphics that existed in some versions for the purposes of backwards compatibility)?
Posted 1 month ago
 Really, Szabolcs has made an good enough p.C.. Regardless, it does not handle my fear with psfrag-substitutions using eps-pictures in a LaTeX-document.
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