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In many respects, importing your images into your document using LaTeX is fairly simple Therefore, I fear for many people the biggest effort will be the process of converting their graphics files. Note: in this tutorial I am referring to importing with vanilla LaTeX, which is not necessarily the simplest approach due to the requirement of EPS files.
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Whenever you want to include graphics or pictures it's a very good idea to put them in a figure environment. LaTeX knows that the best places to put figures are at the top or bottom of a page, or perhaps on a separate page altogether. The optional argument to the figure environment tells LaTeX where you'd like it to appear, if possible; the options are h meaning "here", t at the top of a pageb at the bottom of a page and p on a page without any text.
This article will cover incorporating pictures and diagrams into LaTeX documents. If you're dealing strictly with geometric diagrams, consider reading about Asymptotea graphics language that works extremely well with LaTeX--as you can see from the length of this article, working with graphics and pictures without Asymptote in LaTeX is no easy feat. You can use more filetypes than just.