Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
This page offers access to all of the figures from Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
(except for the photographs in Figures 4.8 and A.4). Copyright in these
figures is owned by Christopher M. Bishop. Permission is hereby given to
download and reproduce the figures for non-commercial purposes including
education and research, provided the source of the figures is acknowledged.
I am very grateful to Markus Svensén who has prepared these figures.
The figures are available in JPG, PNG, PDF and EPS formats. Please note that many of
the EPS figures have been created using MetaPost, which
give them special properties, as described below.
All figures are available in single zipped folders, one
for each format. Alternatively, individual figures can be
downloaded below. Figure files are named as in the book, e.g., Figure
1.1 is available as the file
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figure in the book consists of several sub-figures, these are labelled
a, b, c, ..., e.g.,
Figure1.4c.jpg and so on, corresponding to a left-to-right,
top-to-bottom ordering. This 'sub-labelling' is sometimes, but not always
used in the book.
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Distiller). However, they are not suitable for inclusion in other types of
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Almost all other EPS figures have been produced using Matlab®.
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such as Ghostview, to which the EPS figure appears to be missing its bounding
box. However, these figures will still display on screen and the bounding box
will be picked up correctly when these figures are used in LaTeX.