|March 3, 2014, 15:22||
Eps export of paraview is not actually a graphical vector
Recently I was trying to publish some high quality paper figures in EPS formats. I used both paraview and Tecplot360.
Actually Eps export feature of paraview does not build a graphical vector. In fact a graphical vector won't loose quality while zooming. Please see the following figure:
first one is exported by Paraview and second one is exported by Tecplot.
You can see what I mean.
Am I doing it wrong or is it just an image in EPS format?
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|March 3, 2014, 15:46||
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I've done a quick search here on the ParaView forum for the word "eps" and found these two threads:
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|EPS files in ParaView||Yann||ParaView||12||May 5, 2015 09:55|
|Paraview Vector Field||simone Marras||ParaView||2||April 3, 2013 06:34|
|Paraview and Postscript (eps, ps ,pdf)||matthias||OpenFOAM||5||February 9, 2012 12:00|
|PS (or EPS) format from ParaView||ternik||OpenFOAM||4||October 4, 2009 13:47|
|ParaView small graphical window||makaveli_lcf||OpenFOAM Paraview & paraFoam||5||March 23, 2009 05:48|