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=== How to Export Figures  ===
=== How to Export Figures  ===
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* preferably use vector file formats such as svg, pdf or eps
 
* before saving the graphics in the respective programs  
* before saving the graphics in the respective programs  
** check font size and type
** check font size and type
** check colormaps (see [https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19160-7])
** check colormaps (see [https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-19160-7])
** avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
** avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
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** preferably use vector graphics such as svg, pdf or eps
* For Latex
* For Latex
** recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop
** recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop

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Figures / Illustrations

  • Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop - for students only through UiO programkiosk?
  • Inkscape
  • Gimp
  • Directly in Latex (TikZ/PGF: https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf)
  • Lucid charts
  • Powerpoint, Keynote, …
  • Google draw, in Google disk
  • Photopea (online editor)
  • Figma?
  • Draw.io
  • Linux-program for grafer, finn ut navn

Plotting, Graphs

Digitalize Figures

How to Export Figures

  • before saving the graphics in the respective programs
    • check font size and type
    • check colormaps (see [1])
    • avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
    • preferably use vector graphics such as svg, pdf or eps
  • For Latex
    • recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop
    • epstopdf - usually installed with latex
    • pdfcrop - usually installed with latex
    • for direct inclusion to Latex use the scripts linked above to create TikZ/PGF files

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