I have a script which automatically creates a
beamer presentation with several
.ps images, each one inserted in a distinct frame. Those images consist on graphs built using GraphViz. The script is basically iterating on this code snippet:
I have some images with large widths, like this one (reduced the size and quality for best viewing):
So the above code works like a charm. But I do have small images as well, like this one:
If I leave the
\includegraphics command with no adjustments, my images will become way bigger than the frame itself. If I put
width=1\textwidth, it will work fine with large width images, but not with small ones.
Is there a way to find the best figure size adjustment when using
\includegraphics, so my images will be displayed correctly? I usually do that manually, but in this case it's a script which simply adds the image to the
.tex body and compile it. I'm pretty sure I'm missing something obvious here, but couldn't figure out what it is.