Options for 6 Graphics Files You Can Create from SPSS Data
Options for configuring BMP files.
The size can be expanded up to 200% of the size displayed in SPSS Statistics Viewer. You can also choose to use compression to reduce the size of the file — the compression used won’t reduce the quality of the image.
Options for configuring EMF files.
In this dialog box used to set the options for an enhanced metafile, the only option is to adjust the size of the image.
Options for configuring EPS files.
You can set the size of the image in one of two ways — you can set it to be a percentage of the current size or you can set its width as a number of points. (There are 72 points to an inch.) You can optionally choose to produce a TIFF along with the postscript image, in case you’re unable to display the postscript image.
If the fonts are all available on the output device, you can simply include the font information. If the fonts aren’t available, a substitute will be chosen. Alternatively, you can choose to present the fonts as a collection of graphics (curves).
Options for configuring JPEG files.
In this dialog box used to set the options for a JPEG file, you can set the size, or you can choose to remove color from the image.
Options for configuring PNG files.
In this dialog box used to set the options for a PNG file, you can set the size as a percentage of the original. The color depth determines the maximum number of colors that can be used in the display. If the output is composed of fewer colors than appear in the original, the output is dithered to differentiate the graphics.
Options for configuring TIFF files.
In this dialog box used to set the options for a TIFF file, the only option you can set is the size as a percentage of the original.