I am preparing a paper. The journal requirements are odd: only eps files for pictures are accepted. All pictures I have drawn in Mathematica and exported in eps format in the usual way:
Export[path, "filename.eps", mmaImageName], where
mmaImageNameis the name I give to the image in question within Mathematica.
Now in order to check what have I obtained by such an export, I need to open this eps file and have a look. Out of all graphic applications understanding eps, I only have CorelDraw X3 in which I am not at all a specialist. All I want to use CorelDraw for is to have a look. This is what I see when I open my eps file in the CorelDraw:
In other words, I see nothing and, hence, I am not sure that I can send these eps files to the journal.
There is a work-around. It is to export the image as, say, pdf (or something else), import it into Corel and then export it from Corel as eps.
My question: Is there any trick that would enable me to export the eps file directly from Mathematica in a way that I can open it directly in CorelDraw?
pdfcrop --margins 10 --clip image.pdf image.pdfthen
pdftops -f 1 -l 1 -level3 -eps image.pdfpdfcrop comes with texlive. Very nice program. It removes all empty space around the image from the pdf. I have script that does the above for all my pdf images. $\endgroup$