I wanted to convert qzv file to image file and I could not find any options like that in the qiime2 views tool.
May I know is there any easy way to download the qzv file to png or other format that can be used for publication, thesis etc. ?
For instance, I wanted to save heatmap qzv file into image file, but could not find any options to do so.
Thank you for your help!
I would recommend you to use the Qiime2R plugin in R which is very much useful for visualization but it is a little bit harder. Here is the tutorial. Hope it will be helpful…!
There is a button in the upper left that says "Download SVG" - this is a common vector format used in publication. As well, you can right-click on the heatmap itself and download the image:
Hope that helps!
Hi @thermokarst ,
I have tried both options; by clicking 'download SVG' and right click to save as HTML file. But both downloads gave me this error, 'failed-no file'.
Hi @Sreevatshan ,
Thanks for the information, and yes, it looks more difficult. But I’ll look into it.
And another thing that concerns me is that, the length of the heatmap is too long to fit into a page. So, I'm wondering if there's any tool that can make it vertical or something I can do to shorten the heatmap (I've changed from level 6 to level 3, and it's still long). And the words are really small
Hi @suetli19, sorry for the slow reply!
I’m not sure why you’re not able to download the SVG - perhaps there is a browser setting impacting this? You can also export your visualization and open the SVG file up, that way. Please let us know how it goes!
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