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How to get better quality EPS graphics

Yesterday, I was doing any Tables of 15 graphs similar to the next example, to save .eps and use in latex. In the generation of the graphs Mathematica spends many time. Is possible to reduce this ...
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Exporting EPS figures with dashing from ListPlot

I am having difficulties exporting EPS figures. If I use the LineLegend option to create a dashed or a dot-dashed line, it seems ok in Mathematica 9.0 e.g.: But the problem came out when the ...
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Mathematica eps graphics and psfrag in LaTeX

I used to to use MathPSFrag in Mathematica to export graphics to EPS for inclusion in LaTeX files. However, with recent versions of Mathematica this does not seem to work very well anymore, see for ...
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Mathematica Version 9.0.1 EPS Format Improvements

Is it just me or has the ability to make high quality EPS graphics increased greatly in version 9.0.1 compared to 9.0.0? I've always found it difficult to get plots that I make in Mathematica to print ...
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How do I flatten transparency on a graphics, for conversion to eps or similar?

I've got a graphic that I'd like to save as an eps file. Trouble is, the graphic has some transparency to it. Since the eps format doesn't handle transparency, I want to flatten the transparency out, ...
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How can I make a cell that contains an image which can be shifted?

When you're looking at some help pages, they may have cells containing images which can be shifted within the cell by left-clicking and dragging the mouse. Here is a sample: ...
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Problem with transparency when I export an eps file

I have the following simple Mathematica code: ...
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Avoiding white lines inside filled area in RegionPlot exported as PDF or PS

When doing a RegionPlotand then exporting (or saving from the front end) as PDF or EPS, there are small white lines in the filling of the region. Here's an example ...