2016年10月10日

Additional functions

Saving graphs

Steps

  1. Click on “Save image.”
  2. Click on “Save as SVG” or “Save as PNG.”

PNG vs. SVG: pros and cons

SVG Pros
  • Image quality does not deteriorate when image is enlarged.
SVG  Cons
  • May not show properly in some of the older web browsers such as Internet Explorer 8. Works with Chrome.
  • Some blog services do not allow SVG file to be uploaded as image file.
PNG Pros
  • Works in web pages. Can be pasted into Excel and other applications.
  • Transparent background is available.
PNG Cons
  • Image may become more coarse when enlarged.

Examples

image_svg[SVG format] Click here if image is not displayed above image_png[PNG format]  Click here to see an enlarged image. The outline of the dots are less smooth than SVG.

Sharing E2D3 generated graphs and embedding in external blog sites

Simply copy and paste the iframe tags.

Here’s an example from Livedoor blog.

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Steps

  1. Click on “Share chart” above each E2D3 graph.
  2. A URL link for sharing or an iFrame tag for embedding will be generated. To embed the graph in another site, copy the iframe tags in “For blog” window.
  3. Click on the “Close” button.
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  • 2.Embedding in blog sites

    1. Open a new blog dialogue and click on “edit HTML tag” button.
    2. Paste the iframe tag and save.

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    Example

    Below is an example of an E2D3 generated graph.

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