SVG, short for Scalable Vector Graphics, is a language used for describing two-dimensional vector graphics.

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How to include SVG diagrams in LaTeX?

I'm making all my diagrams in SVG format using Inkscape and then I export them to some other format (e.g. PDF, EPS or PNG). I wrote a short script that does this for me automatically, but I'd like to ...
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Create a symbol font from SVG symbols

Is it possible to create an own scalable font from a set of symbols (~700), all in SVG format. All of them are symbols (like Zapf Dingbats), so there would be no need for special settings like ...
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Inkscape → PDF → includegraphics → XeLaTeX → changed colors

I have an SVG file, which I have made/edited with Inkscape. I want to include this image in my thesis. The svg file is here: http://brussense.be/temp/theSVG.svg (because Inkscape uses a non-standard ...
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How can I use TikZ to make standalone (SVG) graphics?

I would like to use TikZ in other settings than TeX and I'd especially like to use the drawings on websites where the text should be searchable and selectable. However, I'm unsure of the best way to ...
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Exporting all equations from a document as individual svg files

I'm currently a presentation based on a paper originally written in Latex. Currently, I use Kile and Ubuntu for my work. What I'm finding is that I need a large number of the equations from the ...
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Htlatex and Tikz creates sometimes incorrect svgs

I have a document with a large number of Tikz pictures and I need to generate a html page from it. I have declared a driver to have TikZ pictures as SVGs (after this question) and run htlatex ...
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Recommended workflow? LaTeX -> ePub with math viewable on iPad

This started as a comment in an older thread, but I thought I repost it here as a question to the forum... I'm looking for a workflow that will take me efficiently and reliably from existing LaTeX ...
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How to export svg to tikz

I was wondering if anyone had managed exporting .svg files to TikZ code. I do not mean include an .svg file into a latex document, but rather to obtain the code of an image so you can then edit it ...
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Opaque-to-transparent gradient lost in embedded PDF figure

I have a figure created with Inkscape as SVG and exported as PDF. When I view the PDF directly (e.g. in OS X Preview), it shows correctly. When embedding it in a LaTeX document, it has problems with ...
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algorithmicx crashes standalone

I am creating SVG files from different stuff from my LaTeX document. For this, I am using the standalone package followed by pdf2svg. This compiles: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{algorithmicx} ...
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Replacement for \curveto in the tikz library - Inkscape export svg to tikz

I need to draw a complex curve and I wanted to help a vector program Inkscape. In first step I tried to use Inkscape to TikZ exporter (http://code.google.com/p/inkscape2tikz/)to convert curve to tikz, ...
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LaTeX: outputting a “tight” svg

Concise Problem Statement Given an input of a *.tex (LaTeX) file, I want to output a "tight" *.svg file. By "tight", I mean a svg file that does not show the full page -- rather, just the rendered ...
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PSTricks to SVG

I would like to make block diagrams using the pst-sigsys package (as demonstrated here: http://squobble.blogspot.com/2009/12/drawing-beautiful-block-diagrams-in_04.html). I can do that and export to ...
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What is a good way to draw Dynkin diagrams in LaTeX?

I'm about to start writing something up which includes a fair number of Dynkin diagrams, and I can think of several ways of going about it: Just draw the darn things in, e.g., InkScape, and include ...
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Accessing latex fonts from other programs

How can I get the Latex fonts to work from other programmes (e.g. Inkscape)? I have created some graphics as pdf files with Tikz/PGF/PGFPlot (using miktex/TexnicCentre) using the standard latex fonts ...
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What's the best way to embed Visio diagrams?

I was wondering if there is an easier (and better) way of embedding Visio diagrams into a LaTeX document. As far as I know there a two ways: Save Visio Diagram as PNG and use \includegraphics Save ...
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Approach to creating graphics in book - TikZ, SVG, PDF, Inkscape?

I have a series of "charts" I created with Excel (before discovering LaTeX) to show the ROM character patterns for an old computer for inclusion in a book on retrocomputing. My dilemma is how to ...
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\includesvg does not detect SVG file

Input test.tex: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{svg} \begin{document} \includesvg{my-svg-file} \end{document} my-svg-file.svg (in the same folder): ...
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How can I produce a .svg file from a TikZ diagram? [duplicate]

I would like to produce separate .svg files for each of the TikZ diagrams in my LaTeX document. Each of the .svg files will then be used in a WordPress web page. I have tried a number of things, none ...
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Error using htlatex with tikz forest package, invalid SVG generated

htlatex is supposed to support tikz with \def\pgfsysdriver{pgfsys-tex4ht.def} and it does on some tikz examples, but for some other examples, it gives bad svg images. UPDATE I was able to reduce the ...
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Problem inserting .pdf_tex file from Inkscape

I am trying to insert an image from Inkscape. I saved it as a pdf, checking the PDF + Latex option. Inside my Latex file, I wrote the following code : \begin{figure} \centering ...
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Standalone multiline logo [duplicate]

I would like to produce through pdflatex an image that shrink-wraps around a logo. Here is a skeleton file. \documentclass{standalone} \begin{document} line 1 line 2 \end{document} But this ...