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This is just a long comment about doing the drawing in tikz instead. Here are some starting points given without comments, most is explained in the tikz manual, plus there are loads and loads of tikz answers on this site: \documentclass[a4paper]{standalone} \usepackage{tikz,amsmath} \usetikzlibrary{calc,shapes,shapes.geometric} \begin{document} ...

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At the top of an eps file, you will find the bounding box, a sequence of four numbers which define the left, lower, right and upper edges of the image (in that order). In this masterpiece, the bounding box is 0 0 200 200. %!PS-Adobe-2.0 EPSF-2.0 %%Title: pumpkin.eps %%BoundingBox: 0 0 200 200 /tri {newpath 0 0 moveto 10 0 lineto 0 20 lineto -10 0 lineto ...

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I've played with the EPS file you linked in the comment above. As you said, after conversion the white grid is showing up in the PDF and even in the PNG after using convert -density 300x300 branin.eps branin.png The only thing I know to get rid of the grid is to convert to a very high resolution PNG and then scale the PNG down. The white grid gets ...

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The simplest way that worked for me was to save the figure in .svg format in matplotlib. This preserves the LaTeX math symbols rendered by matplotlib when you open in Inkscape

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After a week of checking versions and uninstalling and reinstalling Miktex, I finally have the eps figures working in xetex. I deleted all folders relating to Miktex from any and all temporary local folders. I turned off my virus softward (Kaspersky) I uninstalled as an administrator: Go to C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\x64\internal. Right-click ...

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Well, with your image file squarebdd.eps or with the file example-image.eps (do not leave the extention out!) I can compile your code with or without bb without error and showing up image in XeLaTeX or PdfLaTeX. The only difference to your system I can see that my logfile tells me, that I'm using LaTeX2e <2015/10/01> patch level 2 but you have ...

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