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Batch converting images using imagemagick

June 12th, 2010 by Mark · 2 Comments

A quick update to my previous post Batch converting PDF to JPG/JPEG using free software about converting multiple files.

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Tags: Graphics

Producing Spaghetti Plots using R

April 6th, 2007 by James · 11 Comments

If you wish to analyse longitudinal data sometimes it is helpful to plot each experimental subject’s data at each timepoint to get a feel for the patterns or trends. You can often learn more from this raw data than a boxplot or line graph of the means. I am a habitual SPSS user but have […]

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Tags: Graphics · Medical · Open Source · R statistical computing · Software

Batch converting PDF to JPG/JPEG using free software

March 21st, 2007 by Mark · 40 Comments

It is often necessary to batch convert PDF documents and graphics into other formats. I explain how to do this using totally free software. Searching for PDF software using Google is fraught with difficulty — one ends up with endless links to commercial sites, who charge lots of money, mislead users into paying for software […]

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Tags: Free · Graphics · LaTeX · Open Source · Software