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** [https://github.com/jbmouret/matplotlib_for_papers Mouret's tutorial for publication quality plots ]
** [https://github.com/jbmouret/matplotlib_for_papers Mouret's tutorial for publication quality plots ]
** seaborn - easy to create good looking plots ([https://elitedatascience.com/python-seaborn-tutorial tutorial here])
** seaborn - easy to create good looking plots ([https://elitedatascience.com/python-seaborn-tutorial tutorial here])
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** converstion to Latex (https://pypi.org/project/tikzplotlib/)
* '''R - ggplot2 (with Rstudio)''' (free)
* '''R - ggplot2 (with Rstudio)''' (free)
* gnuplot (free)
* gnuplot (free)

Versjonen fra 19. mai 2021 kl. 07:11

figures / illustrations

  • illustrator - for students only in kiosk?
  • powerpoint
  • directly in latex (https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf)
  • uio programkiosk
  • inkscape
  • lucid charts
  • Google draw, in Google disk
  • Photopea (online editor)
  • figma?
  • draw.io
  • linux-program for grafer, finn ut navn

plotting, graphs

How to convert to latex format

  • recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop, includegraphics in latex
    • avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
  • epstopdf - usually installed with latex
  • pdfcrop - usually installed with latex


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