Converting an Image into a Mathematica Plot?

Consider the following graphical representation of the No Free Lunch Theorem found from Google Image:

What I'd like to do (if possible) is convert this into a Mathematica Plot so that I can (i) add an extra function to it and (ii) adjust the plot labels. Does Wolfram technology make this possible (through some sort of "Image -> Plot" function?)?

• You might be interested in the Wolfram blog 2012/10/05 xkcd-sytle diagrams article. Jul 13, 2019 at 22:03
• Sounds like the OP is asking if he can convert a JPEG, PDF,BMP or other graphic file into Mathematica plot data. If you plot a simple graph like myPlot=Plot[x,{x,0,1}] and then do a ?myPlot, you obtain the format of Mathematica's graphics. It contains lines, points, colors, other data to generate the plot. I do not know if there is any software that can for example convert a PDF file to Mathematica's graphics format. Maybe others know. Jul 13, 2019 at 22:56
• Take a look at this. Jul 14, 2019 at 0:30

f2 = 1/((x - 3)^2 + 1/7);
f1 = 1 + 1/2 Sin[x] + 1/5 Sin[2 x] + 1/7 Sin[3 x];
g = Plot[{f1, f2}, {x, 0, 12}, PlotRange -> All, FrameTicks -> None,
Axes -> False, Frame -> {{ True, False}, {True, False}},
FrameLabel -> {"Performance", "Type"}, FrameStyle -> 18,
PlotTheme -> {"Monochrome", "BoldColor"},
Epilog -> {Black, Dashing[{0.05}], Line[{{0, 1}, {12, 1}}]}]
xkcdConvert[g]


This yields

using a magnificent xkcdConvert function of Simon Woods