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1.11.4 Exporting Graphics and Sounds

Mathematica allows you to export graphics and sounds in a wide variety of formats. If you use the notebook front end for Mathematica, then you can typically just copy and paste graphics and sounds directly into other programs using the standard mechanism available on your computer system.

Exporting Mathematica graphics and sounds.

Some common formats for graphics and sounds. Pages 2.9.19 and 2.9.19 give a complete list.

This generates a plot.

In[1]:= Plot[Sin[x] + Sin[Sqrt[2] x], {x, 0, 10}]

Out[1]=

This exports the plot to a file in Encapsulated PostScript format.

In[2]:= Export["sinplot.eps", %]

Out[2]=

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