Mary H. Briscoe's A Researcher’s Guide to Scientific and Medical Illustrations PDF

By Mary H. Briscoe

ISBN-10: 0387971998

ISBN-13: 9780387971995

ISBN-10: 1468403559

ISBN-13: 9781468403558

This concise guide, taking a really sensible and simple method, is aimed basically at organic and clinical researchers. step-by-step, it courses its readers in the course of the conversation rules and all technical features of getting ready transparent and powerful illustrations for clinical guides of assorted types. one of the subject matters lined are drawings and diagrams, images, charts and tables, molecular photos, varieties of graphs, graph layout, the magazine determine, slides, posters, special effects, and extra. lots of the plentiful examples are selected from regular biomedical and biochemical/molecular organic study approaches (e.g., DNA sequences, gel photographs). it really is this specificity of addressing the representation wishes of scientists in those fields that distinguishes this hands-on guide from different works on visible conversation and may make it a table reference.

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30 CHAPTER 4 Photomicrographs Photomicrographs encompass a full tonal range from white to black and are shot with a continuous tone film. Fine, crisp resolution of detail is the goal of these photographs. However, careful planning is the essence of their final presentation. Size of Prints Before the photomicrograph is printed, know what the final size will be. This is particularly true for journal presentation. There should be no reduction from the print to fmal reproduction in a journal. Plan the dimensions to fill the column or page in order to avoid wasting space.

BETTER USE OF SPACE WASTED SPACE Area of special interest The micrograph on the left leaves empty space around it.. The area of special interest is small and at the bottom of the figure. The figure on the right fills the page space. The area of special interest is centered and enlarged. PHOTOGRAPHS 31 Templates For Page Dimensions Before making final prints, draw a template duplicating the exact page dimensions. Done quickly and in pencil, this will indicate the shape of the [mal print, how it will fit in the page, and where the legend will be positioned.

It is then exposed to X-ray or to a dye. A print may be made of this and then labeled, or, better yet, labeling may be done directly on the film. If trimming and rearrangement of the columns is necessary, the film may be cut and taped to a clear acetate backing which may then be labeled. In using transfer labels, stay away from decorative or complicated script types. Choose instead a plain, sans serif type face such as Helvetica. Make sure that you have enough of the correctly sized letters so that you will not have to use an inappropriate size or font.

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