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Although MATLAB's implementation of LaTeX for use in figures has gotten better over the years, it still leaves something to be desired. Some work arounds have been developed, such as laprint and psfrag, which take a figure and export it in two parts: the underlying graphics and a .tex file containing all of the text for the figure. These two file parts can then be added to a LaTeX document to have nice consistent fonts between figures and the document itself. This also has the added benefit of allowing for full usage of LaTeX packages, etc. Unfortunately, there are some drawbacks to using this method: these functions struggle with complex graphics (such as 3D plots) and this framework cannot be used when creating videos (unless you use a rather convoluted scripting procedure involving something like ffmpeg). So, for me, it comes down to working with MATLAB's attempt at LaTeX. My 
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Subject: LaTeX interpreter inner workings From: Steven Lord Date: 20 Oct, 2013 20:34:46 Message: 5 of 9 

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Thanks for the information. I filed that bug report I mentioned, specifically about the problem with Computer Modern Sans. The reply was: 
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