Academic Figure Formatting
Illuminate your work with high-quality figures. Merudio’s academic editors will format your existing academic figures to match the requirements of your target academic journal or style guide.
Good figures can bring your scientific and scholarly work to life.
Merudio's professional editors are skilled at formatting a wide range of academic figures, including graphs, data illustrations, and illustrated images. Whether you're working on illustrating a gene sequence, circuit diagram, medical figure, or other academic image, our editors will ensure your figures are correctly formatted while strictly maintaining the accuracy of your content.
What You'll Receive
Equipped with cutting-edge artificial intelligence, our editors will ensure that your figures are presentable by, for example, redrawing vector art, making layout enhancements, and correcting typographical and grammatical errors. In addition to your formatting specifications, our editors will check for consistency and clarity in the following elements:
- Line thickness
- File size, format, and naming conventions
We accept the following file types for figure formatting:
- Microsoft Suite files (Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Editable file types, such as EPS and PDF
- Image files, such as JPEG, TIFF, and PNG files
Please note that this is a specialty service that is only for figures. As such, table formatting is not included. If you require table formatting, it is included in our Academic Document Formatting service.
Click the image below to see a detailed formatting sample. In addition, you can find the answers to frequently asked questions in our service-specific FAQs.
Security and Privacy
We take your privacy and the security of your documents very seriously. We hold our editors to an extremely high standard, and all uploads and downloads are encrypted to protect you and your work. For more information about Merudio's security, please see our FAQs.
Over the years, my many submitted manuscripts have received professional proofreading, constructive help and suggestions about word choice and sentence structure, and identification of possible ambiguity—all in a user-friendly and intuitive environment from website to received proofs.
Andreas Lund, Department of Teacher Education and School Research
University of Oslo, Norway