MetaPost uses a language based on that of Metafont to produce precise technical illustrations. Its output is scalable PostScript or SVG, rather than the bitmaps Metafont creates. This tag is compatible with {diagrams}.

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Should I have changed MetaObj or is there a better way?

I want to use MetaObj to arrange some diagrams. I have some nice, color MetaPost drawings of components for my diagrams. I create the picture objects like this: input metaobj; def picphone = ...
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Commutative diagrams using MetaPost or Asymptote

Xy-pic, TikZ and PSTricks seem to be the graphics packages commonly used to draw commutative diagrams. Having heard about the power of MetaPost and Asymptote, I would like to experiment with them. ...
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Error in PS generated by MetaUML

If I use following example (or any other): input metauml; beginfig(1); Class.A("Point") ("+x: int", "+y: int") (); Class.B("Circle") ("radius: int") ("+getRadius(): ...
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Embedding MetaPost in LaTeX document

I have problem using the emp package in TeXlive 2010. When I try to use it with empcmds it prints contents to output. If I use emp it parser fails after first character. Also - how should I import ...
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Is anybody using TeX for business reporting?

Would TeX (LaTeX, ConTeXt, etc) be a good solution for PDF business reports that require dynamically generated graphs and tables? I need to create financial reports that must look top-notch in their ...
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metapost pictures in pdflatex

To include metapost pictures in a latex file compiled by pdflatex I usually do something like \usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx} ... \includegraphics{filename-without-mps} but this requires all metapost ...
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Graphing sine function in MetaPost

I'm trying to reconstruct this picture in MetaPost: So far came up with this: draw (-1cm,0)--(3cm,0); draw (0,1cm)--(0,-1cm); draw fullcircle scaled 1.8cm; label(btex $y$ etex,(0,1.2cm)); ...