Regarding the figures in them, are they designed by them ? how did they get such a high quality of pictures, figures and charts?

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    I know that the Springer book are done in tex – Snobbish Hi-rep users Apr 25 at 19:07
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    I am not sure if this question is on-topic. Maybe you should ask the publisher directly. – marmot Apr 25 at 19:07
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    @valerie It seems most introductory books are done using Adobe creative suite and most graduate level books only use latex without all the "useless" designs and colors. – Paracosmiste Apr 25 at 19:17
  • @DavidCarlisle Exactly in 2010 I was interested in how the books of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry are written, and on the cover there is also written a supporting publishing house. I can give you any information at 360°. – Sebastiano Apr 25 at 19:25
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    @Sebastiano Didn't know that. I worked with designers a few years ago (I was an editor) but couldn't convince them to use latex to type equations. They did it directly in InDesign: it took a lot of time to write an equation and it didn't look beautiful. At least they're better than the ones using MS word. – Paracosmiste Apr 25 at 19:31