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Glen DePalma

Can confirm. My plots look liked they were pulled directly from a paper and are impossible to read. Also, many plots have different colored lines and often times the author doesn't tell us what the different lines represent or give us enough time for the info to sync in.

I did see a complicated faceted graphic, however the author took the time to carefully explain each piece of the graph and it was very informative. Well done to him.

Glen DePalma

Many* plots, not my plots (although I've probably made this mistake in the past).

derek

Always people apologise for the tiny text. I ask why they don't just make the text bigger instead of apologising. They say they never have the time.

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