Save as pdf #10

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celiasmith opened this Issue Jan 20, 2015 · 7 comments

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celiasmith commented Jan 20, 2015

Make nice ways to save the layout to pdf/svg

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it would also be nice to be able to save the response curves in the neuron details as a pdf easily

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studywolf commented Aug 22, 2015

it would also be nice to be able to save the response curves in the neuron details as a pdf easily

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Duplicate of #52?

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jgosmann commented Aug 22, 2015

Duplicate of #52?

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@jgosmann I think they refer to different scopes. One refers to saving the whole layout while the other refers to saving individual plots.

However, just to be the devil's advocate, the reason why we don't want the person to rely on screenshot software is that the screenshot might be too low resolution right?

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Seanny123 commented Aug 22, 2015

@jgosmann I think they refer to different scopes. One refers to saving the whole layout while the other refers to saving individual plots.

However, just to be the devil's advocate, the reason why we don't want the person to rely on screenshot software is that the screenshot might be too low resolution right?

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Also, in terms of flow, I'm assuming that people want a context menu for individual plots. For saving the layout, should that be a context menu in the background or a top-menu item?

I found a Python package for converting HTML to PDF, but have yet to find one that converts HTML to a png file or something similar. They all seem to involve 3rd party tools.

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Seanny123 commented Aug 22, 2015

Also, in terms of flow, I'm assuming that people want a context menu for individual plots. For saving the layout, should that be a context menu in the background or a top-menu item?

I found a Python package for converting HTML to PDF, but have yet to find one that converts HTML to a png file or something similar. They all seem to involve 3rd party tools.

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yeah the screenshot is passable but it would be really nice to get a pdf /
svg so it looks clean after manipulating it for a presentation

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studywolf commented Aug 22, 2015

yeah the screenshot is passable but it would be really nice to get a pdf /
svg so it looks clean after manipulating it for a presentation

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individual plots. For saving the layout, should that be a context menu in
the background or a top-menu item?


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It should be possible to get the SVG parts as an SVG without additional libraries (which you could convert with an external tool to PDF or whatever you need).

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jgosmann commented Aug 23, 2015

It should be possible to get the SVG parts as an SVG without additional libraries (which you could convert with an external tool to PDF or whatever you need).

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Export to SVG/PDF #656

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PR #656 did the SVG export, and you can convert that to pdf by opening it in a decent browser and exporting to PDF.

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tcstewar commented Feb 12, 2016

PR #656 did the SVG export, and you can convert that to pdf by opening it in a decent browser and exporting to PDF.

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