> I'm quite surprised with some results. I had some mathematica > plots which I just exported into EPS and inserted into a LaTeX > document. They are excellent. One of them I had to edit so I > used Gimp and when I saved in EPS, the result was terrible. > Alot of alias. I do imagine its about resolution but I'm not > sure. Has anyone had a similar issue? Can someone help me out > edit a EPS image in Gimp with at least comparable results of > Mathematica?
I think the issue is vector versus raster. GIMP is a raster program. Since Mathematica is dealing with the curves directly, it probably simply translates the equations into a vector, which can then be handled by Postscript native elements, and likewise, TeX. You can definitely make this better by increasing the resolution. I would suggest 300DPI as a starting point. Jon _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list Gimpfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user