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I'm trying to put a graph generated in maple into a latex document, but I have no experience using either program. So far I've been able to save my maple plot in postscript format, and based on various online tutorials I've included the \usepackage{graphics} comand after \documentclass{article}.

In the body of my document I put,

\begin{figure}[h]

\includegraphics{myfile.ps}

\end{figure}

but this is obviously wrong since all I get is a document with no graph and a whole lot of error messages.

Any help would be mucho appreciated!

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# Including graphics in LaTeX Help!

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