Fit to read: Making your figures legible in print and on the slide

Jim McCusker
Director of Data Operations
Tetherless World Constellation (TWC)
Amos Eaton 217, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Wed, February 05, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Snacks will be served started at 5:45p

Rendering your images at high resolution is only the first step towards creating legible figures. We will discuss how to render figures so that they are readable on the page, and why sometimes using the same rendering of a figure for print and PowerPoint can leave everyone dissappointed.

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Jim McCusker is the Director of Data Operations for the Tetherless World Constellation and is the architect of the Whyis knowledge graph framework, which supports the development, management, and research of knowledge graphs through provenance-first approaches to generalized inference, knowledge curation, and user interfaces. He is especially interested in using knowledge graphs to further cancer informatics.