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* Inkscape
* Inkscape
* Gimp
* Gimp
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* Directly in Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z: https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf)
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* Directly in LaTeX (PGF/Ti''k''Z: https://github.com/pgf-tikz/pgf)
* Lucid charts
* Lucid charts
* Powerpoint, Keynote, …
* Powerpoint, Keynote, …
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** Matplotlib (see [https://github.com/jbmouret/matplotlib_for_papers Mouret's tutorial for publication quality plots ])
** Matplotlib (see [https://github.com/jbmouret/matplotlib_for_papers Mouret's tutorial for publication quality plots ])
** Seaborn (easy to create good looking plots, uses Matplotlib internally, see for example [https://elitedatascience.com/python-seaborn-tutorial tutorial here])
** Seaborn (easy to create good looking plots, uses Matplotlib internally, see for example [https://elitedatascience.com/python-seaborn-tutorial tutorial here])
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** Export to Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/nschloe/tikzplotlib)
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** Export to LaTeX (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/nschloe/tikzplotlib)
* R
* R
** ggplot2 (with Rstudio)
** ggplot2 (with Rstudio)
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** Export to Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/daqana/tikzDevice)
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** Export to LaTeX (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/daqana/tikzDevice)
* Matlab (available at uio)
* Matlab (available at uio)
** Export to Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz)
** Export to Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz)
* Octave (free alternative to matlab)
* Octave (free alternative to matlab)
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** Export to Latex (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz)  
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** Export to LaTeX (PGF/Ti''k''Z; https://github.com/matlab2tikz/matlab2tikz)  
* Gnuplot (free)
* Gnuplot (free)
* Desmos.com (web based)
* Desmos.com (web based)
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=== Digitalize Figures ===
=== Digitalize Figures ===
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To qualitatively compare one's own data with other published data, it is sometimes needed to obtain the concrete data of the respective publication. In that case there are multiple possibilities to get that:
* Python: https://github.com/dilawar/PlotDigitizer
* Python: https://github.com/dilawar/PlotDigitizer
* Matlab: https://blogs.mathworks.com/steve/2013/12/31/automating-data-extraction-1/
* Matlab: https://blogs.mathworks.com/steve/2013/12/31/automating-data-extraction-1/
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** preferably use vector graphics such as svg, pdf or eps
** preferably use vector graphics such as svg, pdf or eps
** avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
** avoid bitmap graphics if possible and especially jpg!
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* For Latex
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* For LaTeX
** recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop
** recommended approach: save as pdf, use pdfcrop
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** epstopdf - usually installed with latex
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** epstopdf - usually installed with LaTeX
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** pdfcrop - usually installed with latex
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** pdfcrop - usually installed with LaTeX
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** for direct inclusion in Latex use the scripts linked above to create PGF/Ti''k''Z files
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** for direct inclusion in LaTeX use the scripts linked above to create PGF/Ti''k''Z files
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Figures / Illustrations

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

Plotting, Graphs

Digitalize Figures

To qualitatively compare one's own data with other published data, it is sometimes needed to obtain the concrete data of the respective publication. In that case there are multiple possibilities to get that:

How to Export Figures

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