Using emulateapj: multi-page tables and deluxetable

`emulateapj` should work fine with `deluxetable`. For tables spanning one column use the normal `deluxetable`, while for tables spanning both columns use `deluxetable*`

To use multi-page tables, follow the instructions given in http://hea-www.harvard.edu/~alexey/emulateapj/emulateapj.cls:

``` %% 3) Multi-page tables cannot be set properly inside the main text; you %% need to move the table to the end of the paper (after the references) and %% issue the command LongTables before it. ```

```LongTable begin{deluxetable*} .... end{deluxetable*} ```

If you need to have landscape tables, you will also need to use the package `lscape` along with forcing `emulateapj` to use `revtex4` in the preamble (using `rotate` inside of `deluxetable` will not work):

``` documentclass[iop,revtex4]{emulateapj} ```

You also must put the table at the end of file with the other tables. For example usage, see the following note from ”emulateapj.cls”:

``` %% 2) The {deluxetable} environment is re-implemented (the problem with the %% the aastex's deluxetable is it does not float). There is also a new %% environment {deluxetable*} (absent in aastex) to set a floating table %% two-column wide. Known problems: %% (a) rotate doesn't work (too difficult to implement). However, %% you can use revtex's turnpage environment %% - load package lscape (usepackage{lscape} in the header) %% - move table at the end of the paper after references %% - clearpage before the table %% - LongTables if the table will span more than 1 page (see next item) %% - put the table inside the landscape environment and clearpage %% at the end: %% clearpage %% LongTables % optionally %% begin{landscape} %% begin{deluxetable} %% .... %% end{deluxetable} %% clearpage %% end{landscape} %%```

Using EPS files in PDFlatex

pdflatex is a good alternative to using the regular latex command because it bypasses the standard .dvi. to .ps to .pdf straight into making a PDF. It can also insert regular graphics files like JPEG, PNG, etc. However, it cannot by default handle postscript files like .eps files. Fortunately, most latex distributions will have the `epstopdf `package that can be used in conjunction with the `graphicx `package. Just include them in the header:

``` usepackage{graphicx} usepackage{epstopdf}```