standardized themes for journal publication

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standardized themes for journal publication jebyrnes 1/21/10 3:14 PM
I know various academic journals, such as Nature, have standardized  
requirements for graph formatting - standard fonts, axis line widths  
(sometimes), etc.  Or, heck, for those of us publishing in journals  
that just use black and white, there are certain standard conventions  
that work well for printing.

Rather than re-invent the wheel, has anyone made up any standard  
publishing themes for different journals?  It might be great to amass  
them into a single library.

-Jarrett

Re: standardized themes for journal publication Nicholas Lewin-Koh 1/21/10 3:27 PM
The only one I know of is in latticeExtra, there is an Economist theme.
However,
that is a good idea to have a collection of themes for different
journals.

Nicholas

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Re: standardized themes for journal publication baptiste auguie 1/22/10 1:09 AM
Hi,

It would be great to build such a library of themes. I started the
ggExtra package several months ago with this intent, but never got
around creating good themes myself. Feel free to join the project and
add your own themes if you wish.

http://code.google.com/p/ggextra/#custom_themes

Best,

baptiste