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Sep
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comment Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
@ Chenminqi When I tried your solution on my machine I got incredible 1.4 sec! Combining your answer with the solution of @Simon Woods for the Schwarz-Cristoffel mapping I am getting 1.4 + 0.8 sec in total!
Sep
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comment Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
I learnt a lot from your answer. Even though your code was not the fastest for the ContourPlot I am accepting this answer because it gives an incredible boost was the second part -the Schwarz-Cristoffel transform. This was the slowest part of the code and now it runs in less than 1 sec!
Sep
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accepted Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
Sep
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comment Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
@eldo Thanks a lot for comments!
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revised Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
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asked Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping
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awarded  Curious
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revised Strange filling
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May
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comment Strange filling
@Yves Klett: :)
May
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revised Strange filling
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May
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comment Strange filling
@Yves Klett: Oh, I kindly apologise. I will make path corrections now.
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May
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comment Strange filling
@Alexey Popkov: Indeed, this problem does not arise with Mathematica 6.0.1 under Win XP. Strange... Back to the future.
May
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comment Strange filling
I always forget to specify the Mathematica version. It was Mathematica 9.0.1 for Mac. I am going to try now with Mathematica 6.0.1 for Win XP.
May
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asked Strange filling
May
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comment Preparing 2d plots for publication
I measure in the same way. I can imagine the measurement process can be software dependant. In order to avoid extended discussions on the measurement rules try to get major ticks 8pt$\times$1pt in your coordinate system.
May
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revised Preparing 2d plots for publication
Update subsection is added
May
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comment Preparing 2d plots for publication
I repeated again your recipe, now the updated version. Your claim about the tick's length is not right. The major ticks have dimensions 2.59$\times$1pt. The ratio is almost the same as before, i.e. 2.6:1 !
May
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comment Preparing 2d plots for publication
And that is exactly my problem. It just looks ugly. All sizes are wrong. I repeated your recipe and that is what I got: 1) the width of the graph 172.8 pt instead of 120 or 240pt. 2)The major ticks have length 1.808 pt and width 0.72 pt with the ratio 2.5:1 instead 4:1 . If I scale your pdf output to desired 240pt width I get the ticks and line width of correct 1pt. However, as I said, the ticks are too short and I find it strange to deal with 8.64pt fonts!