Leveling up the presentation

Great news, Word Fans, Tech Support has just downloaded an image-manipulating software for me and given me a basic lesson.  I will spend the afternoon learning how to make labeled graphs for you!

Update: the series of Uncommon Word graphs now have chapter markers, which I hope will help us all with interpreting the graphs.  The lines for the chapter breaks were added by me by hand to a layer in a GIMP file.  I used the Lexos graph’s tell-me-this-word-number function to see where the line should go.  In other words, this was an inexact process, but the results are close enough for a graph that shrinks 96,154 words into about 8 inches.

Further Update: the small labels in the Uncommon Word graphs have been successfully added at the suggestion of my Editor.

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