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generalized Andrica conjecture

Type of Math Object: 
Conjecture
Major Section: 
Reference
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I hope someone will explain me why if I want to attach .emf or .png image the file is not attached to the article, but the attached files area remains empty. Please help with some instructions how to upload plots, and how to insert them in the article. Thanks!

It needs to be an .EPS, or better yet, TeX vector instructions. See

http://planetmath.org/?op=getobj&from=collab&id=35
the last section, "How do I include diagrams in my entry?"

http://planetmath.org/?op=getobj&from=collab&id=53

and

http://planetmath.org/?op=getobj&from=collab&id=28
Section 4.8

for further guidance.

The parent entry by PrimeFan points the requestor at *3* different places for information about using graphics and images on PlanetMath. This seems like two too many.

It would make sense to me to merge the information from
http://planetmath.org/?op=getobj&from=collab&id=35
and
http://planetmath.org/?op=getobj&from=collab&id=28
into the collaboration on Graphics and PlanetMath and then simply refer to it.

I don't have the time right now to do this, but if it seems like a good idea, I'll put it on my list.

Roger

Hello thanks, but
-- The File box manager with "Browse" and "Upload" does not work for unknown reason on my PC.
-- I have however uploaded the .eps files at Geocities, then grab URL, and this time the files got attached to my PlanetMath entry :-)
-- I have exported from Mathematica .eps plots yet \includegraphics{nameoffigure} of the attached .eps files does not work and error appears. Now my plots are attached to the entry, but I cannot display them.
Can someone explain what is going on? Why in Wikipedia the upload and display of images is plain easy, and here the system is full of bugs. The whole system is not user friendly and it is not because of the latex style, because in Wikipedia I also use latex, but no such problems :-)) Any help is appreciated.
I one to learn at least one sure method for displaying images in PlanetMath.

Perhaps you should tell us what, exactly, you tried instead of simply complaining about the quality of the software. I think you'd find that there are people willing to help.

You might also try looking at other entries that have eps files displayed. One of my recent entries is ProofOfParallelogramTheorems.

You should look specifically at the preamble as well as the entry text.

I didn't notice that the package
\usepackage{graphicx}

has been turned off by % sign.
Why by default this package is turned off???
Seems to me very odd decision for default settings.

> Why by default this package is turned off???

Because not every entry has graphics. It is wasteful to
load a specific graphics package every time which is only
used by a few entries.

> -- I have however uploaded the .eps files at Geocities, then grab URL, and this time the files got attached to my PlanetMath entry :-)

I too have done this and it works for me most of the time.

> -- The File box manager with "Browse" and "Upload" does not work for unknown reason on my PC.

What happens in my experience is that if I try to upload the file directly from my computer, the file does get uploaded, but the whole path becomes the filename, for example, C:WindowsUsersJohnPicturesMandelbrotSet.eps. I haven't tried uploading from my Mac, though.

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