Prior to publication, a scientific paper’s figures must be prepared in accordance with the requirements of the target journal, but different journals can have different formatting and style specifications. Our Figure Formatting service generates publication-ready figures from your files. This includes 1,2:
- Construction of charts (bar graphs, line charts, scatter plots, etc.)
- Generation of composite figures
- Addition of annotations (text, arrows, lines, etc.) and modification of figure dimensions (limited by the resolution of the original figure)
- Changes to file type, resolution, color, scale, line thickness, and layout (to improve readability and appearance).
- Example A: Multiple pictures combined into a single figure with text and annotations (arrows, scale bar) added.
- Example B: Low-resolution schematic diagrams redrawn as high-resolution diagrams.
- Example C: Tabular data (or initial chart) rendered into a chart compliant with journal requirements.
Starting at $75 per figure.
Our professional illustration and editorial team will produce figures in strict compliance with your target journal’s submission requirements. Should the journal take issue with images that we produce, we will address them for free. If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your formatted figures in any way, we will revise them until they meet your personal requirements.Note: 1. Production of charts from tables does not include calculation; please provide the data that you wish to be displayed, such as mean, standard deviation, etc. 2. Photo-editing does not include the following processes: adjustment of brightness or contrast, cropping, or calculation.
For best results, send all the images you wish to include as separate files at the highest resolution available to you. We regret that we do not alter color balance, brightness, or contrast out of ethical concerns.
We are currently able to process the following file types:
? Any standard graphic format, such as .tif, .jpg, .png, .bmp, or .gif
? .doc, .docx (Microsoft Word)
? .ppt, .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint)
? .xls, .xlsx (Microsoft Excel)
? .opj (Origin)
? .ai, .ait (Adobe Illustrator)
? .psd, .pdd (Adobe Photoshop)
? .eps (various programs)
If you store your material in some other file type, contact our experts for the best way to convert your material to .eps or .pdf files for export.