I have a 2D region that is defined by the union of a number of polygons (the list of the polygons is available here). I can easily visualize the region using
Region[RegionUnion @@ data]
In the given example, the region looks something like this:
However, if you evaluate
InputForm@Show@Region[RegionUnion @@ data]
you can see that the
Graphics object is still made up of the individual polygons. Because of this, exporting the graphic as a PDF (in the real case, I have a diagram with many regions) generates a relatively large file, which I want to avoid.
Also, if you zoom in on the right end of the region, you can see some artefacts in the region boundary, that could be smoothed out.
Region[DiscretizeRegion[RegionUnion @@ data, MeshQualityGoal -> "Minimal"]]
without much success. Is there an easy way to get a simple expression (for example, points defining a single polygon) for a smooth region boundary in such a case?