I have a certain PDF containing data plots generated and exported with Wolfram Mathematica. It is a highly zoomed in version of the dataset, and sadly Wolfram seems to export all of the data, and simply hide the part that is not included in my plotting range. Now, one can definitely argue that this is something I should solve on the Mathematica side; I will most certainly look into that. However, at this stage I am already stuck with 40+ plots that have been heavily edited in Illustrator, so regenerating them from scratch would be rather annoying.
I'm therefore looking for a way to fix my problem with Adobe Illustrator. To illustrate exactly what I mean, here are two screenshots, the first in which I simply show the plot, and the second of which I select one of the datasets in
As you can see, there is a ton of hidden data in the background. I'm very unfamiliar with illustrator so I don't know the correct term for this type of hidden data (perhaps also why I couldn't find a previous question that already asked this), but I suppose it is clear what I mean.
Is there a way for me to get rid of this hidden data? Preferably I could simply choose an option while saving, or select all of the objects in the image and delete all the hidden parts at once.
As an aside, I uploaded the pdf at https://rbfi.io/dl.php?key=/sEyl/Temp.pdf in case you are interested, but of course I can't guarantee it will be there forever for future readers. I used https://robustfiles.com/ to upload it (I just googled trusted file upload website) but if you have something different you'd prefer just let me know.