I have a document with subfigures that are printed sideways with rotating. I need to scale that figure (with subfigures) to fit to page.

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\captcont{Gene Ontology analysis of cancer marked control overexpressed



\includegraphics[width=1\\linewidth,height=12cm]{\lyxdot \lyxdot /\lyxdot \lyxdot /fig/go_gprof/go_cncrUniqMrkdCntrlOvrExp}


\captcont{Gene Ontology analysis of cancer marked cancer overexpressed



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What variables should I use for width and height?

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The figures begin used are probably long without rotating them, that is why rotating is used. Thus the width of the figures is what we what to control and we want the width to be equal to the height of the page (because we are rotating).


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