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Print-ready graphics from JMP: Step-by-step video tutorial

In the previous article in this series on graphical output options using JMP, I demonstrated how you can prepare graphics tailored for the specific guidelines of resolution and size for a document in print. This technique uses files that are saved in the Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) file format. In the video tutorial below, I'll demonstrate the process that I outlined previously.

If you missed the last two articles in the series, check out the articles on "Graphical output options using JMP" and "Preparing print-ready graphics that look great using JMP."

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