[Gretl-users] TikZ

Cristián Arturo Ducoing Ruiz cducoingr at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 14:36:36 EST 2015

Thank you so much Jack,

I'm using PDF to insert graphs in LaTeX. Which is the advantage of TikZ?


2015-11-18 20:15 GMT+01:00 Riccardo (Jack) Lucchetti <r.lucchetti at univpm.it>

> Of course we all know that we can use gretl for producing pretty graphs.
> Then, you can save them in some format (eg pdf) and include them in your
> documents: slides, article, PhD thesis, whatever. We all do that.
> However, if you need to customise them, the choice of the TikZ format may
> be especially convenient for LaTeX users, since a TikZ file is essentially
> a (relatively little) text file in which you can insert graphical elements,
> text, TeX maths and so on.
> Since turning a gretl graph into a TikZ file is quite easy (thanks to
> gnuplot), I wrote a little "how-to" on the gretl wiki.
> http://gretlwiki.econ.univpm.it/wiki/index.php/Save_a_gretl_graph_in_TikZ_format
> I hope this is useful.
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>   (formerly known as Università di Ancona)
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