I think that “number of brilliant-but-insane former graduate students who still live in the campus library” is one of the metrics that U.S. News & World Report uses when ranking physics departments.
The rtree-eps program reads two-dimensional
R-tree files in the rtree-json(5) format, as produced
by rtree-build(1) , and writes
encapsulated PostScript to the file specified by the
option (or standard output).
List the program options.
margin(in units of PostScript points) around the plot, this is useful if converting the plot to a raster format, to avoid edge effects caused by anti-aliasing. If not specified then a value of 0.0 is taken.
Write the output to
file, rather than
Style the plot as specified by
style. The format of these files is described in rtree-style(5) and a number of such are included with the program.
Create a plot with the specified
width(in units of PostScript points, 1/72 inch) rather than the default of 216 (three inches). The data in the input will be scaled to fit this
width, which determines the plot height.
J. J. Green,