How to | Export Graphics
You may want to export a graphic for use outside Mathematica. You have a large set of choices of raster and vector formats.
Selected examples from the video:
Plot a graph of :
Select the graph by clicking the graph or the cell, then select . In the Save As dialog box, select the file type in the Save as type: dropdown menu. Here, the graphic is saved as a JPEG:
You can also simply use and to export a graphic.
With the graphic selected, use either the menu item, the Ctrl+ C (PC) or Cmd+ C (Macintosh) keyboard shortcuts, or from the contextual menu that appears after right-clicking the graphic.
Here, is selected from the contextual menu:
You can also use Export to export a graphic. Export a graph of as a JPEG:
The same result is produced by setting a graphic to a symbol, and then exporting the symbol:
Regardless of the method that you use to export graphics, you can use them in other Mathematica notebooks or any other program that supports the file format.