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Saving images in Python at a very high quality
To save the images in Python with very high quality, you need to follow the steps given below −
Create fig and ax variables using subplots method, where default nrows and ncols are 1.
Plot the lines using plot() method.
We can add axes labels using ylabel() and xlabel().
To get a high-quality image, we can use .eps image format.
You can increase the dot per inch value, i.e., dpi.
Using savefig() method, we can save the image locally.
To show the figure, use plt.show().
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt fig, ax = plt.subplots() plt.plot([0, 5], [0, 5]) plt.ylabel("Y-axis ") plt.xlabel("X-axis ") image_format = 'eps' # e.g .png, .svg, etc. image_name = 'myimage.eps' fig.savefig(image_name, format=image_format, dpi=1200)
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