Subject: Re: Creating gif files using R
From: Guido Masarotto (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 28 Oct 1999 - 23:40:47 EST
On Thu, Oct 28, 1999 at 08:19:44AM -0400, Dennis Wolf wrote:
> I am a new user of R but a long time fan of S (Splus) and have
> installed R version 0.65.1 on a
> Windows NT machine. I would like to save plots as gif files and have
> been using savePlot()
> with some success. I found that savePlot would not work without
> modification, namely
> decrementing the device by 1 before calling the internal routine that
> does the conversion. Once
> that change was made it worked as advertised. I am wondering now whether
> I could generate
> the gif files in a batch job. I am wanting to do a web-based analysis
> that includes a call to
> R which would return a gif file for display in a browser. Is this
> possible directly with R?
savePlot + Rterm should do the work.
However, we will probably withdraw support to direct generation
of gif to avoid some legal problems. Hence, give a try
also to 'dev2bitmap' (which however require ghostscript installed).
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