Matlab's abilities to modify figures are endless, but not all are
necessarily easy to find :) Anyway, in any Matlab figure (where the
toolbar is not set to invisible), including the spm graphics window, you
can go to File, Export Setup, change the DPI setting in the rendering
tab, apply to figure, export, choose an image format of your liking, and
Hope this helps,
Andy Yeung wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have a fundamental question about reporting results to publications.
> They need me to produce figures with minimum resolution 300 dpi or even
> 800 dpi.
> Could anyone tell me how to export spm brain activation figures/ plots
> and make them into 800 dpi?!
> They are already small in dpi already, and when I tried to crop them
> with Powerpoint/ Paint, it became worse...
> They say they reject figures with resolution raised by programs like
> Photoshop's Image Size command, what should I do?
> Many thanks in advance!!
PD Dr. med. Marko Wilke
Facharzt für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin
Leiter, Experimentelle Pädiatrische Neurobildgebung
Abt. III (Neuropädiatrie)
Marko Wilke, MD, PhD
Head, Experimental Pediatric Neuroimaging
University Children's Hospital
Dept. III (Pediatric Neurology)
D - 72076 Tübingen, Germany
Tel. +49 7071 29-83416
Fax +49 7071 29-5473
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