Good practices for making effective scientific figures
This is a presentation I gave in the department in March 2014 and again in February 2016, intending to help our students improve their skills in scientific illustration. The presentation is a work in progress. Your suggestions are welcome.
Good (and bad) practices for effective scientific illustration (Last updated Feb 24, 2016)
- David Schultz’s book Eloquent science and his blog
- Karlin’s Guidelines for preparing effective scientific graphs
- Buckingham (2008), Effective scientific illustrations
- Rolandi et al. (2011), A Brief Guide to Designing Effective Figures for the Scientific Paper
- PSU College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, Style for students
- Color Brewer v2.0
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