Once CODA has produced a plot in the graphics window, the following prompt will appear in the text window:
Do you want to save current plots as a postscript file (y/n) ? 1:If you answer y to this question, you will be prompted to enter a name for the file. This causes the contents of the graphics window to be saved as a postscript file. This file may be printed at a later date or included in any text documents (such as Latex) which can import encapsulated postscript objects. §5.5.5 provides details of the page size and orientation formats available for these postscript files. Alternatively, you may want a hard copy of the plot, but not require the postscript file for later use. In this case, respond n to the above question and simply click on the print button in the graphics window to send the image directly to the printer. (Note that UNIX users who wish to save graphical output from CODA as postscript files will find that the openlook and motif devices produce postscript output with a larger font size than does the X11 device).