# Making Plots for Publication [closed]

I know that there is the specific package of Mark A. Caprio SciDraw ([1],[2],[3]).

But using Mathematica's own capabilities (version 10 and newer) what are the most common settings in order to produce publication-quality plots (for the sake of simplicity let assume just 2d plots)?

E.g. setting figure size, fixing crowded graphs (particularly if it has multiple panels), saving graphs for modification in other art software, typesetting labels with LaTeX, ticks manipulation, CMYK color, exporting raster images etc.

• I have published four books and over a hundred articles that use Mathematica figures, exported as .eps and included into $\LaTeX$, with great success. Use ImageSize that gives the desired published size and keep with the appropriate FontSize. – David G. Stork Apr 7 '17 at 19:10