blurish pdf figure
Paul A. Rubin
parubin73 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 15 15:56:47 UTC 2021
On 3/15/21 6:31 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
> Am 15.03.21 um 10:38 schrieb Dr Eberhard Lisse:
>> how is this produced?
>> On 12/03/2021 12:01, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
>>> If I insert the graphic (appended) in a lyx document, it looks
>>> blurish, although the original and in the pdf output it is clear.
>>> Looks like it is rendered to a pixel figure.
>>> What is wrong?
> With pyxplot (similar to gnuplot, but better):
> set multiplot
> set term pdf
> set width 6
> set output './Kidd_2015-B.pdf'
> set fontsize 0.65
> set key top right
> set origin 0,0
> set xtics ("12" 12, "18" 18, "24" 24,"6" 30)
> set xlabel 'circadian time'
> set ytics 0,0.2,1.4
> set ylabel 'amount of TIM protein'
> set label 1 'nuclear translocation' at 16.8,1.12
> set label 2 'transcription/translocation' at 11.3,0.2 rotate 50
> set label 3 'repression/degradation' at 24.3,1 rotate -52
> plot [9:33][0:1.5] './Kidd_2015-Fig2.csv' index 0 title 'lower
> temperature' with lines colour blue, './Kidd_2015-Fig2.csv' index 1
> title 'higher temperature' with lines colour red
> set display
> The date file Kidd_2015-Fig2.csv is in the appendix.
> I got it by digitizing the plot in the publication by using engauge
You might try exporting the plot from pyxplot as SVG rather than PDF.
Other than that, I suspect you would need to change the converter
command LyX uses to convert PDF graphics to a format it can display.
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