No result counts, if it is not presented in the best possible way. Therefore we are supplying you with high-resolution, publication ready figures. Additionally we always generate a pdf version of your figures. This has two advantages. First we or you can import the pdf in any vector based graphic program. Widely used examples for such programs would be Adobe Illustrator or the open-source alternative Inkscape. Here we can make easy adjustments for example in the alignment of text elements or add or remove distinct elements without corrupting the actual graphics. Another easy manipulation would be changing the background colour for seamless incorporation into your presentations. Secondly, one can export the whole or parts of the figure to an image, controlling the resolution of the output. This, for example if you want to focus on just a part of the figure or you need even higher resolution, for example for a poster. The result will be always stunning, without the typical artefacts you might know from other sources.
Our preferred image format is png (Portable Network Graphics). The pros are double. First the png image is lossless compressed, making them reasonable sized without any loss in quality. This is in contrary to jpg compression, which always goes along with quality impairment. Secondly png supports transparent backgrounds, which can be handy when making posters or presentations. However, if you prefer another image format, we are happy to supply your selection as well.
Below we show some example images we made for this page. The resolution is adapted to be shown on the web without artefacts. Yours will be even nicer.
We also make videos! We found it a creative way to show an overview over results of an experiment. One example would be a video of all positively called peaks of a ChIP-Seq experiment. Have a look below the image gallery where we show an example.