{graphics} is about inclusion of external graphic files in your document. For questions about vector graphics created programmatically inside a (La)TeX document, use {diagrams} instead, or preferably the tag for specific packages like {tikz-pgf}, {pstricks}, or {metapost}.

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\includegraphics and \includepdf both remove all copy (text) from my (R outputted) pdf graphs, using pdfTeX

I'm using pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-1.40.10 (TeX Live 2009) (format=pdflatex 2010.8.30) in TexMaker 2.1 on Mac OSX. I installed the whatever latex packages using the "easier" method at ...
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Path From and To Same Node in tikz Flowchart

I'm working on creating flowcharts directly inside LaTeX documents using tikz. I am admittedly an extreme novice with tikz, although I have quite a bit of experience using LaTeX. My problem is when ...
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How to use the results of `raw output` to create a smooth plot

As by my previous question on plotting an implicit curve I've got some output. But as you can see it is not quite what it should be (apart from your browser's downscaling by a factor 2 of course. ...
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Disabling included pictures in Beamer

I am preparing a huge document with tons of pictures and Tikz drawings (based on Beamer package). Is there a command for NOT including all the pictures inserted by \includegraphics? This might speed ...
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Correct way to distribute/embed an image in a LaTeX package/document?

I am creating a new document class that needs to render an image (e.g., a logo) on the title page. What is the correct way to distribute image with the class? Should the image file be distributed ...
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Horizontal positioning with \includegraphics{}

Using \includegraphics{} from graphicx, I'm including this figure in my document: Due to the long legend text, when the caption is centered underneath this, it's not centered under the graph region. ...
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insert big images…cut in two parts, LaTeX

i would like to know how can i cut a figure in a way that some part is show in one page and the continuation in other page. Actually it just take the all figure to the next page and i get a lots of ...
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Compiling LaTeX straight to an image

This is probably going to sound like a strange request (trust me that there's a good reason for it), but is it possible to have LaTeX compile straight to an image file instead of to something like ...
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How to I convert a pdf to a ps format so that I can insert it into a document?

I would like to insert an article into my thesis, and compile the thesis into postscript with normal LaTeX. (not pdfLaTeX). I have an article that is in pdf format that I'd also like to insert in ...
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Can't include a picture in pdf using \includegraphics command [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which graphics formats can be included in documents processed by latex or pdflatex? In Latex I used the package \usepackage[driver]{graphicx} and used \includegraphics ...
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Resulting document size when Including a graphics file multiple times - pgf vs. graphicx

In his answer to the question Tikz: using external images as building blocks. Stefan Kottwitz says: The pgf way may be preferred if the document size matters and graphics are multiply used or if ...