Export to LaTeX (PGF, PSTricks) and Asymptote

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GeoGebra offers following means of export

Note: The following only applies to the GeoGebra Desktop Version.

Export - Graphics View as Animated GIF...

When the dynamic construction depends on a slider, this menu item allows you to save the Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View as an Animated GIF. Just drag a selection rectangle around the portion of the construction you need to export (or resize the GeoGebra window), then select File -> Export -> Graphics View as Animated GIF. A dialog will let you choose the animating slider name, as well as the timing between frames and the option to display the animation as loop.

Export - Graphics View as PSTricks…

Keyboard shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + T (MacOS: Cmd + Shift + T)

This menu item allows you to save the Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View as a PSTricks picture file, which is a LaTeX picture format.

Export - Graphics View as PGF/TiKZ…

This menu item allows you to save the Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View as a PGF picture file, which is a LaTeX picture format.

Export - Graphics View as Asymptote…

This menu item allows you to save the Menu view graphics.svg Graphics View as a Asymptote picture file.

Limits of these export functions

Apart from Animated GIF export, these exports work only for the 2D View and the following object types can't be exported

  • implicit curves
  • loci
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