Currently, we can say that vitamin D is being debated a lot, right? Much is said about the relationship with the new coronavirus. However, it is a fact that we all need to maintain good levels of vitamin D in our body.
How about communicating this information in another way? Below we have made an infographic about the benefits of Vitamin D and how to keep it at high levels.
We chose this graphical abstract to more efficiently communicate the most important points about the levels of Vitamin D in our body. Cool, right? We created this infographic from ready-made templates on our platform.
It is very simple to use a graphical abstract template. If you are a subscriber just go to our gallery and choose the best template for you, click on it and start to create your infographic. Also you can select a template inside your workspace. This way you can try different styles and select your favourite. If you aren’t a subscriber, you can use the templates as an inspiration to your creation or invest a few dollars to have access to all mind the graph features.
So, Learn in this video tutorial below, how to create a graphical abstract about Vitamin D in Mind The Graph.
This tutorial video shows how you can create a scientific graphical abstract in mind the graph. You won’t have to start from scratch. Thus, it will be easier to create something flashy and interesting to communicate your research, spending less time. We turn scientists into designers to increase their impact!
Therefore, the idea of the platform is that you can have total autonomy to be able to better communicate your research. Thus, every inch of the image will have the necessary information.
Mind the Graph is an online platform to create scientific infographics, presentations and graphical abstracts. Learn more about using the platform to communicate your scientific research.
- To see more beautiful templates: https://mindthegraph.com/templates/
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- To learn how to make an infographic: https://goo.gl/MYBmRd.
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