Graphical tools
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* illustrator - for students only in kiosk? | * illustrator - for students only in kiosk? | ||
* powerpoint | * powerpoint | ||
- | * directly in latex (Ti''k''Z: https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf) | + | * directly in latex (Ti''k''Z, PGF: https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf) |
* [http://www.uio.no/tjenester/it/maskin/programvare/programkiosk/ uio programkiosk] | * [http://www.uio.no/tjenester/it/maskin/programvare/programkiosk/ uio programkiosk] | ||
* inkscape | * inkscape |
Revision as of 07:13, 19 May 2021
figures / illustrations
- illustrator - for students only in kiosk?
- powerpoint
- directly in latex (TikZ, PGF: 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
- matplotlib (python, free)
- Mouret's tutorial for publication quality plots
- seaborn - easy to create good looking plots (tutorial here)
- converstion to Latex (TikZ/PGF; https://pypi.org/project/tikzplotlib/)
- R - ggplot2 (with Rstudio) (free)
- gnuplot (free)
- desmos.com (web based)
- matlab (available at uio)
- converstion to Latex (TikZ/PGF; https://github.com/matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz)
- Octave (free alternative to matlab)
- javaFX
- excel (uio)
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
add more info here