Scientific Illustration Software for Linux

Scientific illustration software for Linux allows Linux users to create scientific illustrations and diagrams for academic papers or class presentation. Support Linux OS such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, etc.

Scientific illustration can help convey scientific facts and ideas more efficiently.

Edraw scientific illustration software lets Linux users design scientific illustration with pre-made science symbols. It has drag-and-drop interface which makes it easy to arrange and lay out the symbols, and add text blocks, title, hyperlink and notes wherever you want. With large quantity of symbols, it can easily create scientific illustrations for lab equipment shapes, optics, mechanics, chemistry equation, molecular model, mathematics, human organs, cells, etc.

Scientific Illustration Software for Linux

System Requirements:

Runs on Linux distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.

Key Features:

Scientific Illustration Software Features:
1. It has many science illustration symbols for chemistry, biology, physics and mathematics.
2. Easy alignment and spacing tools help lay out the diagram effortlessly.
3. Symbols are easy to be customized through context buttons.
4. Support hyperlinks and notes.
5. It's easy to create new vector elements with the drawing tools.
7. You can export the files to a variety of formats, such as .png, .pdf, .jpeg, etc.

Free Download Science Illustration Software and Use Built-in Elements and Templates:

Scientific Illustration Software for Windows Mac Version Linux Version

Abundant Editable Elements for Science Illustration Drawing

Using pre-made elements and icons to design scientific illustration will save you plenty of time. You can open a library, drag and drop an element, and edit it to fit your requirement. Every detail, the color, size, and line, can be edited. You can take full advantages of these elements and add your own creativity to design attractive scientific illustrations.

Laboratory Equipment Shapes

Mechanics Symbols

Human Organs Symbols

Simple Guide - How to Create Science Illustration on Linux

Below simple steps help you learn how to use science illustrations in our program.

Step 1. Start Edraw Max, go to File menu, click New, point to Science, and double click a template to start.

Start Science Illustration Design

Step 2. Drag and drop symbols from the library on the left of the canvas.

Drag and Drop Science Symbols

Step 3. Modify the symbol size, color, style, etc. Some symbols can be changed to another style by moving the context buttons. For example, the first picture below shows how to use the floating button to hide the liquid in the dropper.

Edit Science Symbols

Step 4. Click the Text button to draw new text blocks and enter text. Open the Font tool on the right sidebar to format text.

Add Text on Science Diagram

Step 5. Add title, background and complete a science illustration.

Complete a Science Illustration on Linux

Scientific Illustration Templates

Here are some scientific illustration templates which you can download and use directly. With Edraw, you can make science illustrations with beautiful colors and diversified styles.

Mechanics Illustration - Trolley Movement Experiment

Below is a mechanics illustration about trolley movement experiment. It can be modified and used in student text books or academic papers.

Mechanics Illustration

Chemical Experiment

Edraw can draw chemical experiment illustrations with its built-in laboratory apparatus shapes. This template is free to download and use.

>Chemical Experiment

Phase Change Illustration

This illustration example can help students learn phase change.

Phase Change Illustration

Biology Illustration

Below this biology illustration template is created using pre-made shapes. You can download and modify it easily.

Biology Illustration

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