Re: [R] Using graphics straight from R into published articles

From: Jonathan P Daily <jdaily_at_usgs.gov>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 13:22:36 -0400

I think you should google search Sweave, as well as check out the ?Sweave page.

Not to mention the graphics devices that embed quite nicely into documents, like ?postscript.

HTH,
Jon



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r-help-bounces_at_r-project.org wrote on 03/29/2011 12:31:18 PM:

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> [R] Using graphics straight from R into published articles
>
> blanco
>
> to:
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> r-help
>
> 03/29/2011 12:44 PM
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> Sent by:
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> r-help-bounces_at_r-project.org
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> Hi,
> 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?
>
> thanks,
> blanco
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