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Hi there,

I've created some nice 3D-plots. I want to export them and insert them in LaTex. Exporting to EPS gives me a zero-byte-file but no printable data.

I've already read that I'm not the first to have this issue and there is obviously a work-around by enabling the Classic-Worksheet-mode. Unfortanely this mode appears to be not available in Maple 17 under MAC OSX. 

Is there another way to solve the problem?
Would help me a lot.


Starting with Maple 18, the Print to PDF feature caused the document page to be hard-aligned at the left margin of the page. Maple 2015 still seems to have this problem / bug.

Does anyone else have the same problem? Has a work-around been posted? Is a fix in the works after nearly 9 months?


how to export a plot with its points  (x,y) from maple to excel


As a lot of people before me I'm severely dissappointed my Maple's ability to export a .mw file to .tex.

The output looks horrible and even disappears off the side of the page in some places.

I've searched far and wide on the internet but it's difficult for me to understand the few, outdated, results I've dug up.


Is it completely impossible to get my hands on a good (or just working) Maple 18 to LaTex exporter? It's not possible for me to begin coding my own.

3-D Model Import/Export and Printing The new Import and Export commands introduced in Maple 2015 provide a unified approach to all data import and export activities, replacing the need to use different commands in different situations. They can be used with many of the wide variety of file types supported by Maple, including 3-D graphics data, numeric and tabular data, images, audio files, special-purpose formats for mathematical objects such as graphs, and much more.

In the following example, you can see how to use these commands in order to bring 3-D models from the popular website Thingiverse and to export 3-D plots to a format suitable for 3-D printing.

Tips and Techniques: 3-D Model Import/Export and Printing


I have a nice 1 x 2 arry of plots, both columns of which are animations. They play beautifully inline. However, I cannot get them to export. Only one column can be selected at a time, hence I could export each animation separately, but the whole idea is to watch the animations together, side-by-side.

I have tried to change the plot setup to export to a file but when I do that I get an error in plots[display].

See the file above for details.

It could be that Display just cannot do this. But I don't see why not. I can export an array of plots of static images and it creates a single GIF file with both columns. The animated gifs should just be this same idea done 50 times over.


Any advice?

I have drawn a 3d plot of a sphere in maple, but when I try to export this one in an .eps file, only the coordinate system of the plot is shown, but not the colourful plot. The export works if I use jpg and similar file types, but not with .eps, does anybody know if there is a way out of this problem?


Is there a way to export worksheet to pdf format but not in A4 size since some lines are going beyond the page?

When I create any plot or drawing in Maple and print to pdf, the program adds a blank space underneath the plots. How can I stop this from happening?

Example: Some code I wrote, before hitting enter

The code I wrote, before plotting the figure

After hitting enter
BTW if somebody knows how to avoid getting the extra [> I'm much obliged


And now a screenshot from the print to pdf

See the blank space which is suddenly added?! It really destroys my lay-out for my report. I think the solution must be an easy change in the settings, but I can't figure it out.


Thanks in advance

Is there a way to tell Maple to export a figure to PDF with a proper bounding box, like all of its other graphics export formats?

To export a graphics produced by Maple's plot(), I right-click on the plot, select Export, and then one of the several choices of graphics formats.  All options, other than the PDF, work fine—they produce graphics files whose bounding boxes correspond to the extents of the image.  Exporting to PDF misbehaves—it produces the equivalent of a 8.5''x11'' paper and inserts the graphics somewhere near the upper left corner.  I am absolutely at a loss to see the utility of that.  What in the world is the use of such an export?

Is there a configuration setting that tells Maple to save to PDF with a proper bounding box?  I looked around but couldn't find one.


What can i do to prevemt maple from resizing my drawings and inserting empty space beneath drawings?

It happens when i export to pdf or print the document out.

Is there any other way i can export to a readable format without this happening?

It seems a frequent issue that exported 3d plots are not shown as wished. I experience the same problem. Although I exported in the .eps format into a .tex latex-file the resulting .pdf-file shows a somewhat pixelated image of my 3d plot as if it was created in "Paint". Is there a solution for this in Maple13?

I would like to implement a rule for typeseting delayDotProduct in latex exports (in which this expressions appears in plain form). It corresponds to dot products of vectors/matrices with the "." operator. I tried to define 

sprintf("{ {%s}{%s} }",cat(`latex/print`(f1)),cat(`latex/print`(f2)))
end proc:

which does not do the job. 


A related question: How can I make


produce x''(t) in latex output?

For different reasons I need to ocasionally export a number of Maple worksheet in a folder to pdf files. Is there a way to automate this? I would want that the worksheet is opened, output removed, then executed and eventually exported to pdf. It can take quite a while to do this manually for about 50 worksheets.

When i copy expression and past it in word, i can change the size of the picture whitout loosing the detials.

How can i export the expression to a file, such that when i will open it in word i could change the size without loosing details? much thnks :)

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