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

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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)); ...