You can export and share charts from your project at any point throughout your analysis. These charts will typically download as image files to your computer.
Set their size, name and appearance in the download window. Changing the theme of your export will affect the color of text in your chart.
When exporting charts from Graphext you will download a file to your computer. PNG files are the default type of export. In some cases you will also be able to choose to export either an SVG or CSV file. PNG and SVG files represent images whereas CSV files represent your original data in a tabular form.
PNG files are based on a raster image format typically used to store full-color images. Images stored as PNG's are represented as pixels.
SVG files are based on a vector image format which supports animation and is easily scalable. SVG's represent images as mathematical figures.
CSV is a format for storing data as values separated by commas. Exporting a CSV will save the data behind a chart rather than the chart itself.
You can capture a snapshot of the Graph as it currently appears in your window. This is not only a beautiful sight to behold ... but it means that you can quickly include images of your Graph inside other documents.
Click on the download button at the top of the Graph panel to export a screenshot of it.
The Trends panel is a quick way to find interesting patterns in your data. In fact, they are so interesting that you might want to immediately share them on social media.
Click on the export icon in the top left of the Trends panel to export the current Trends chart as an image.
Trends charts are often composed of separate elements which get downloaded independently. To export them as a group, save the chart as an insight and download that.
Compare charts highlight variables that signify the similarity or difference between other variables in your data. As well as saving these charts as an insight, you can download them individually.
Click the three dots in the top right corner of the chart's card to start exporting it.
To download more than one compare chart, hide the charts you don't need then create an insight from the first five charts. You can then export this insight as an image file.
Variable charts appear in your sidebars and let you filter the data shown in your project. Since they often provide good summaries of the details behind a variable, you can export these charts individually.
Export a variable chart using the three dots in top right corner of the variable card.
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