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Example: PostScript Plots
You can generate PostScript plots for any plotter or laser printer that can handle PostScript data. You can also use them in documents created by electronic publishing systems that can incorporate the PostScript data. The PostScript output format is 2.0 compliant (the bounding box directive is included). You might have to rotate PostScript plots to plot them correctly, as is shown in the following illustration.
The diagram on the left is a default PostScript plot. The diagram on the right is a PostScript plot after rotating.
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