Are there some rules of the thumb to define the ideal width of an image in a printed work?
Made up examples:
- The figure width should be around 0.61803 * text width. (Golden ratio)
- Never use figure width = text width as that is unprofessional.
Or are there no general approaches, as every image can be very different to another.
To provide you with a bit more context: I am writing a thesis in LaTeX and I am using
scrreprt as document class from the KOMA–script bundle.