SVG files are device-independent internet image files that can be enlarged or compressed with no pixellation or loss of resolution.
This gallery illustrates how Simfit SVG files can be re-scaled so that only the "white space" between the character strings and plotting symbols is altered.
The plots show the original graphs first in x:y = 4:3 aspect ratio and then differentially stretched to prevent labels and plotting symbols overlapping.
Use the browser scroll bars to appreciate the effects of stretching white space as follows:
With X re-scaling factors >> 1 then HORIZONTAL SCROLLING will be necessary, as with examples 2 and 3.
With Y re-scaling factors >> 1 then VERTICAL SCROLLING will be required, as with examples 4 and 5.
Example 1: Dendrogram with X re-scaling factors 1 and 3
X_scale = 1
X_scale = 3: You may need to use the BROWSER HORIZONTAL SCROLL BAR to appreciate the effect of stretching white space.
Example 2: Dendrogram with X re-scaling factors 1 and 5
X_scale = 1
X_scale = 5: Use the BROWSER HORIZONTAL SCROLL BAR to appreciate the effect of stretching white space.
Example 3: Prime numbers up to 10000 with X re-scaling factors 1 and 20
X_scale = 1
X_scale = 20: Use the BROWSER HORIZONTAL SCROLL BAR to appreciate the effect of stretching white space.
Example 4: Zeros of the Riemann Zeta Function with Y re-scaling factors 1 and 10
Y_scale = 1
Y_scale = 10: Use the BROWSER VERTICAL SCROLL BAR to appreciate the effect of stretching white space.
Example 5: Rainfall in England and Wales with Y re-scaling factors 1 and 10
Y_scale = 1
Y_scale = 1
Y_scale = 10: Use the BROWSER VERTICAL SCROLL BAR to appreciate the effect of stretching white space.