[R] Using graphics straight from R into published articles

From: blanco <benjamin_at_ru.is>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 09:31:18 -0700 (PDT)

I have been working with R for the past couple of years; analyzing data and producing some graphics.

I was just wondering if people use graphics from R straight into articles or are they always edited in some way; fonts, headers, axis, color etc? Using photoshop or some other programs?

I would like to think it is possible, better and more profession to do it all in R.
I tried google and the search option but found nothing on the topic.

What are the experiences for all the professionals out there that use R? Are there any articles on this specific subject?


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