Questions on converting data, graphics, sound etc. from Mathematica into other file formats.

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Lossless TIFF or PNG export

I'd like to export an output from MatrixPlot[], however, the output file size seems to depend on my specification of the ImageSize -> {..., ...}. How might I export a TIFF with all of the data in the ...
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Greek letters do not export correctly

Here is a simple plot P0 = Plot[x, {x, -7, 7}, Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> {"Ω", "Y"}] Then I want to export as .pdf it using ...
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How to checkpoint computations?

Suppose I do some big experiment, presumably in a Table[], or a ParallelTable[]. Experience shows that there is a non-zero ...
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Minimize loop optimization

I'm new in Mathematica 10. So far, I have a two variable-function and I've use Minimize to find the optimal solution. Nevertheless, I'd like to make a sensibility analysis and study how this optimal ...
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Problem with exporting lists to Excel

When I use the form Export["file", list, "Table"] to export a list to Excel, I get columns of lists. I want my Excel sheet to have each list element in a separate ...
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Specifying view angle of a 3D plot [duplicate]

I would like to create a stereogram from a 3d plot; I would like to export two images of a 3d plot at a slightly different angle, so that when each picture is presented to a different eye, one gets ...
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Exporting a Table of Graphics into Individual Files [duplicate]

The command Table[Polt[Sin[k x],{x,1,10}],{k,1,30}] generates a list of graphics. I want to export each list item as an individual jpg file, named according to ...
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problem with exporting transparent object to pdf in version 9

Here is the code: Export["~/Downloads/1234.pdf", Graphics3D[{Lighter[Black], Opacity[0.5], Polygon@Table[{Cos[x], Sin[x], 0}, {x, 0, 2 \[Pi], 0.01}]}]] in ...
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Exporting a table to Excel in CSV format

I am trying to create a table which when exported in a .csv format and opened in MS.Excel has the following form; ...
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Vectorize pixel SphericalPlot

I have a question about Mathematica images exporting. I have created 3d (SpericalPlot) with coloring function on it and then exported it to pdf. Is there any possibility to make more vector graphics ...
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Exporting files while running .m file from command line

I have the following code in a .m file which is called test.m: Export["test.csv",0]; Exit[] I would like to run this .m file from the command line. I found that I can do that with the command "math ...
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Saving many plots in files [duplicate]

I made a table of ten plots: Table[Plot[u[t, x] /. wws, {x, -10, 10}], {t, 0, 10, 1}] I want to save them all to my file system. I know, that I can save each ...
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Saving/exporting results from FindInstance and similar functions

I am dealing with a problem that requires the use of both FindInstance and FindRoot nested in a non-trivial way. The result is dependent on some parameter value $t \in [0,1)$, therefore I use ...
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Move selection to next Output and export to CDF

In my quest to a custom "Save as HTML" (please see context here) I am now able to iterate through the notebook, grab Input cells decorated with a CellTag that, by convention, is going to be a file ...
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How to export a 16 or 32 bit TIFF file

I have a function that creates a monochrome grayscale image that must be export as a 16-bit and 32-bit TIFF file. The Mathematica documentation mentions that these bit depths are supported during ...
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How to set image DPI? [duplicate]

For publications usually images in TIFF format are required in high resolutions. Where can I change settings for images that are being saved (using RMB click "Save Graphic As..."), so I don't need to ...