Latex include graphcs


Aviana. Age: 24.

This section will give an overview of floats and figures. It will cover importing external graphics and positioning. It will also cover sub-figures and captions. We have already seen in the last section that it is often useful to enclose a tabular environment in a table environment.


Kaiya. Age: 27.

Making Figures in LaTeX

Include a graphics file. If your filename includes spaces then put it in double quotes. Or, if you use the graphicx package then you can use the options type and ext ; see below. This and other filename issues are also handled with the package grffile.


Frida. Age: 29.

Top-aligning imported graphics

Imagine having a beautiful picture, but the subject is very small or not centered. What if you want to place several graphs side-by-side with subfigbut all or some of the graphs have a white border taking up a lot of space. The graphics bundle provides a way to crop an image using the trim, clip options of the includegraphics command.

Whenever you want to include graphics or pictures it's a very good idea to put them in a figure environment. LaTeX knows that the best places to put figures are at the top or bottom of a page, or perhaps on a separate page altogether. The optional argument to the figure environment tells LaTeX where you'd like it to appear, if possible; the options are h meaning "here", t at the top of a pageb at the bottom of a page and p on a page without any text.