Monday, September 29, 2008

Tools for editing vector graphics in GNU/Linux

Over the last decade, vector graphics have gone from being a revolutionary format to a standard method of rendering computer images -- so much so that they are standard in the KDE 4 desktops. This popularity is based on the fact that, because they represent images as mathematical equations -- usually in SVG format -- vector graphics open faster, render better on screen, and can be resized more readily than raster graphics, in which an image is created pixel by pixel. Free software includes a number of options for working with vector graphics, including several simple ones:'s Draw, KOffice's Karbon14, and Inkscape, which is currently the premier vector graphic editor in free software.

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