Exporting an SVG from Workbench
SVG is a vector graphics format—you can open an SVG file in Illustrator and edit the original paths, say, changing their width or color.
Workbench should export SVGs, but the export function is buggy (as of January 2019). The Workbench team has been responsive, but for now, here’s a workaround.
- Create a visualization.
- Under the actions menu, upper-right corner, choose “Open in Vega Editor.”
- In the Vega window, click the Export button.
- Choose “Open SVG.”
- Right-click (control-click) in the middle of the graphic and save it as a file with an
- You can open this SVG file in Illustrator.