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How to save the graph after FFT in powergui as "eps" or "svg" format

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Kehan Pei
Kehan Pei on 18 Jun 2021
Commented: Adam Danz on 21 Jun 2021
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After the first button is clicked, png, jpg, tif and pdf formats can be saved.
I tried to save it in pdf format, and then use an online converter to convert it to epg format. Finally, the picture was inserted into the paper, but it also failed.
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After the second button was clicked, a normal picture appeared on my clipboard. I use an online converter to convert pictures in png mode to eps mode. Inserted into my thesis, but failed.
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After clicking the third button, there is nothing on the clipboard.
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so,How to save the graph after FFT in powergui as "eps" or "svg" format, and direkt insert into the paper.
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Kehan Pei
Kehan Pei on 18 Jun 2021
Well, I am the author of this question.
I did not find a way to save the EPS format directly from Powergui.
So I wrote an xlm file by myself to implement FFT. Then I can save it in EPS format in the figure window.
Thank you for your answers and support.

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Pul
Pul on 18 Jun 2021
Hi Kehan, you can go to "file" --> "save as" --> and then, you can save in your graph directly in "svg" format (as you can see in the attached file).
Hope it helps!
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 21 Jun 2021
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This answer was flagged by Kehan Pei
  • Flagged by Kehan Pei about 3 hours ago. Through this method, the EPS file can be saved. this is very good. Unfortunately, it can only be saved as an EPS file in the Figure window. , Cannot be saved in the Powergui window.

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