Simplify complex graph from matplotlib
myildi at gmail.com
Sat Oct 3 00:33:59 UTC 2020
You can make them as dense as you want and then resize on the page in Lyx, then they will have a very good printing quality.
When I have too many points some PS printers cannot even print them because they need too much memory. This is why I have chosen this method.
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
Advisor to the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Cambodia
On leave from:
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> Le 2 oct. 2020 à 20:18, Neal Becker <ndbecker2 at gmail.com> a écrit :
> True, bitmap formats may take less memory, but I don't usually want them for publication quality documents.
> For now I just re-ran the matplotlib plots decimating the points.
> On Thu, Oct 1, 2020 at 8:40 PM Murat Yildizoglu <myildi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Neal, I flatten such graphics by converting them to PNG. They take less memory as such.
>> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
>> Advisor to the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Cambodia
>> Expertise France
>> On leave from:
>> UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
>> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
>> web: www.yildizoglu.fr
>>> Le 2 oct. 2020 à 02:46, Neal Becker <ndbecker2 at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>> Don't know if this is more appropriate for lyx or mpl. I have a couple of graphs with a large number of points. They were exported from matplotlib as pdf, and produced large files. After including in lyx, the resulting pdf takes a long time to load.
>>> The plots don't really need so many points at all. Other than going back to the mpl source to plot fewer points, is there a way to fix this?
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