Master the settings needed to ensure your graphs look great when used in a presentation.
- 0:00 Introduction
- 1:02 Presentation Tools
- 3:58 Three Rules for Good-looking Graphs
- 7:58 Rule 1: Use Vector Graphics (or make sure dpi is high enough)
- 20:10 Rule 2: Use Consistent Scaling
- 27:50 Rule 3: Use Transparency
- 36:07 Q&A
We will compare four presentation software tools: Keynote, Powerpoint, Google Slides, and Beamer (LaTeX). For each one, we’ll show you how to best size and scale the graphics you create in DataGraph. Learn about file types, alpha channels, and more. We’ll also show you how to save time using DataGraph’s built-in presentation mode.
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After our webinar, we received a follow-up question via email on how to control the size of the inner plot. Watch this follow-up video to see how the margins of the Canvas settings can be used to control the size.