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Drawing off of Pedro's answer: If you go the copy-and-paste route, do the following steps.

  1. Generate your chart
  2. Make it as big as you can fit it on your screen.
  3. Right Click -> Copy
  4. Open of Paint/GIMP/etc and paste it in.
  5. Resize it as you need, and save it as a PNG file in there.

If you make it really big first, LO will copy as much of the data as it possibly can. This will result in a better looking image. Unfortunately, from what I can tell, LO doesn't have an "export graph" feature yet.

If you need a super high-quality SVG-type graph of your data, maybe look into Wolfram|Alpha Pro. I believe it costs $3/month (for students), but you can plug your data into it, and it'll let you download a very high-quality chart of your data. This would only be for professional needs, however; a copy-and-paste export like Pedro outlined above would suffice for most usage.

Drawing off of Pedro's answer: If you go the copy-and-paste route, do the following steps.

  1. Generate your chart
  2. Make it as big as you can fit it on your screen.
  3. Right Click -> Copy
  4. Open of up Paint/GIMP/etc and paste it in.
  5. Resize it as you need, and save it as a PNG file in there.

If you make it really big first, LO will copy as much of the data as it possibly can. This will result in a better looking image. Unfortunately, from what I can tell, LO doesn't have an "export graph" feature yet.

If you need a super high-quality SVG-type graph of your data, maybe look into Wolfram|Alpha Pro. I believe it costs $3/month (for students), but you can plug your data into it, and it'll let you download a very high-quality chart of your data. This would only be for professional needs, however; a copy-and-paste export like Pedro outlined above would suffice for most usage.