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Saving files as images with high resolution

I need to be able to save my JMP files as images with a high resolution for printing. As far as I can tell (I am a new user), images (tiff, jpeg, etc.) are always saved with a dpi of 96, whereas I need a resolution of at least 300 dpi in order to have acceptable images for my manuscript's print publication. Any suggestions?
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XanGregg

Staff

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Jun 23, 2011

Re: Saving files as images with high resolution

I've seen two basic approaches.

1) Make the graph really big in JMP, including making the fonts, markers and line thicknesses bigger. Save it as an image and call it 300 dpi for the original size. For instance if your original is 2" x 3" (192 x 288 pixels), increase it to 600 x 900 pixels and call it 300 dpi after saving it.

2) Export it from JMP using a resolution-independent format, like EMF, EPS, PDF or SVG. The publisher may be happy with that. If not,you can convert the it to an image at the desired resolution. You can get EMF (Enhanced Meta-File) from copy-paste in Windows. You can get EPS or PDF via a printer driver in Save File mode. You can get SVG directly from Save As in JMP.

Re: Saving files as images with high resolution

Thank you! This is very helpful. The #2 option -- copying and pasting -- worked best for me. I appreciate your help!
johndoee

Community Member

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Apr 23, 2013

Re: Saving files as images with high resolution

what kind of  image app are you using?   i appreciate those image app with high resoluation.

olivier_h

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Apr 22, 2013

Re: Saving files as images with high resolution

I think you can set that in JMP Preferences in the Windows Specific section. The copy/drag graphic formats will allow you to always have 300 dpi pictures when you copy or drag JMP stuff.

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sseligman

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Sep 15, 2016

Re: Saving files as images with high resolution

There is an option to save files with high resolution (300 dpi) on Windows machines. Go to File > Preferences and choose the Windows Specific preference group. In the Copy/Drag Graphics Formats section, select 300 from the drop down menu next to "Resolution (DPI) for PNG and JPEG images."

 

You may also try the Set Output DPI available on the JMP community file exchange: Set Output DPI.