Encapsulated PostScript Files
EPS is a data directory which
contains examples of "Encapsulated PostScript" files. They are a
special kind of PostScript file, restricted to describing a single
page. They are thus suitable for use as an included graphic inside
a document. TeX files, for instance, can use a special
environment called EPSFIG to include a graphic figure stored
in an EPS file.
EPS File Characteristics:
ASCII (although they can sometimes be set up to include
Color or Black and White;
Based on vectors (descriptions of points, lines and regions)
rather than bit maps;
contain 1 image only (this is the main fact distinguishing
an EPS file from a regular PS file!).
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page
are distributed under
the GNU LGPL license.
Adobe Systems, Inc,
PostScript Language Reference Manual,
Addison Wesley, 1999,
Henry McGilton, Mary Campione,
PostScript by Example,
circle.png, a PNG version.
football_logo.png, a PNG version.
fsu_logo.png, a PNG version.
an image of the Heawood graph, converted by GRF_TO_EPS.
heawood.png, a PNG version.
logo for the Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Mathematics;
icam_logo.png, a PNG version.
an image of the knight's tour graph, converted by GRF_TO_EPS.
knightstour.png, a PNG version.
a simple graph;
mathematica.png, a PNG version.
an image of the Petersen graph, converted by GRF_TO_EPS.
petersen.png, a PNG version.
the logo for the Department of Scientific Computing.
sc_logo.png, a PNG version.
the logo for the former School of Computational Science.
scs_logo.png, a PNG version.
one of the sheets of graph paper created by GRAPH_PAPER.
triangular_1.png, a PNG version.
an image of the Tutte graph, converted by GRF_TO_EPS.
tutte.png, a PNG version.
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Last revised on 14 March 2010.