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Results Part 1

Submitted by rmmcdonald on Wed, 10/09/2019 - 15:05

As a result of following the methods stated above, Sinclair Emans created a figure that matched and contrasted the original. Overall the two figures contained distinct differences in terms of compositing, size, and labeling. When comparing each of the panels similarities and differences could also be noted. 

Comparing overall figures: compositing, size, labeling

    Overall, each of the figures followed the same formatting style, with one large photo on the left and two smaller photos on top of each other to the left. However besides that similarity, most of the other characteristics of the complete figure are contrasting. The overall resolution and lighting of each of the photos were significantly different. The resolution of Figure 1 seemed blurrier and the lighting appeared overexposed compared to the sharp resolution of Figure 2. Figure 1 contained even, white spacing between each of the panels while Figure 2 had a more significant gap between panel B and C. This links to the sizing of B and C, where the panels in Figure 1 were horizontal in contrast to Figure 2 where they were vertical. The letters that marked each panel in Figure 1 were black letters with no background. In comparison, the letters that marked each panel in Figure 2 were black letters with a white square background and a black border. The overall ordering of the panels were switched, therefore A from Figure 1 matches with B from Figure 2.