LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in (no BoundingBox). Why do I Whereas a PDF includes DPI and size, a JPEG has only a size in terms of pixels. (I know To include png and jpg, you need to specify the Bounding Box explicitly. . Please check that there is no inclusion of epsfig, it is deprecated. LaTeX Error: Cannot determine size of graphic in 5_Web_data_annotation_using_. SVM/figures/ (no BoundingBox). LaTeX-Compiler can’t determine the graphic-size, because there is no like: “ Cannot determine size of graphic (no BoundingBox)”.

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[pdftex] \includegraphics doesn’t work (no BoundingBox)

So, you only need to open the file in Inkscape and then SaveAs and select eps format. The error is coming from latex not lyx directly. I eventually just decided to let the file contain everything. In my case it turned out that I had a file named figure.

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No BoundingBox error message Ask Question. It doesn’t look like the downsampling introduced any aliasing, but its necessarily less legible because you started with 1-pixel wide features before you downsampled.


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Also the technique of reducing the image size affects this a lot. The resulting printout looks very fine though.

You might want to post a URL determmine the images are. So, I’d like to know you opinion on: The PS-interpreter should normally be able to deal with these images if the original resolution before scaling would have been somewhere between 50—DPI. Vishal Upadhyay 61 1 1 3. Your previewer is broken. It can be done easily using graphic software, for instance Inkscape.


This question does not appear to be about programming within the scope defined in the help center. After working with too many academic publishers I’ve realized that I can never find something as old and incompatible as whatever they’re using, so I just create EPS or PDFs.

Instead, use gs directly, or even better, use gv.

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It is just a fact. If you use gifconv instead, you will get a small file with still perfect quality. But when I submit it online to a scientific grapjic for publication, it compiles it on the server and sends me the resultant PDF which has all these errors that prevent it from compiling.

Without, the two images are absolutely identical except for a small white border to the right and bottom of the eps, but I assume this is an artefact of gv rather than soemthing in the image. This is the cause of all your trouble. Printing bitmaps is device-dependent. I don’t know if you can post them to this group. Therefore the first way gives no errors, while the second one fails, because the height of the picture is unknown.

Yet another tool, specifically designed for image resampling: Leave the scaling to the PS-Interpreter. It will do screen captures, and other picture operations, in a manner similar to ‘xv’.

And indeed there isn’t. Where size is relevant, you’ll compress Postscript with some file compressor, anyhow, and the entropy of the hex encoded file is the same as of the ASCII85 encoded one, so after compression you’ll hardly notice a difference. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question. You graphiic trying to run pdflatex in DVI-mode, where only eps figures are allowed.


Who is online Users browsing this forum: Actually latex is pdflatex in DVI if in modern distributions, but it can read the sizes only in PDF mode for some reason.

Do this either by opening the file in a text editor or by using something like the grep command:.

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Except for the scaled version, they are both perfect. If you want higher quality when printing, you should stick with white, black, cyan, magenta and yellow as your colours.

Instead, it’s a little bit smaller. But in order for that to work I had to comment out the following 2 packages:. This usually works quite well if bkundingbox keep the following in mind:.

From what I know, jpeg2ps only wraps the jpeg in a PostScript Level2 decompression programme. If you are using a postscript driver and that is what I read from your description aboveyou will eventually need some postscript.

You posted the above results, didn’t you? What Resolution does your colour printer have? Sample code that doesn’t work:

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