Re: [R] R2HTML how to pair graphic.png and table

From: Roberto Iacopetti <iacopetti_at_fastpiu.it>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 08:00:56 -0800 (PST)

Eric,

your code work well for my need,
i'm not skillful in html environment, but your functions in R2HTML give simple many
output requirements

thanks

Roberto

Eric Lecoutre wrote:
>
> Hi Roberto,
>
> here is a way that presumes you know some (basic) HTML tags:
>
> library(R2HTML)
> directory=getwd()
> myfile<-file.path(directory,"testHTML.html")
> HTMLoutput=file.path(directory,"testHTML.html")
> graf="graf.png"
> png(file.path(directory,graf))
> plot(c(1:12))
> dev.off()
> tab<-as.matrix(c(1:12))
>
> cat("<table border=0><td width=50%>",file=HTMLoutput, append=TRUE)
> HTMLInsertGraph(graf,file=HTMLoutput,caption="Esempio di grafico")
> cat("</td><td width=50%>",file=HTMLoutput, append=TRUE)
> HTML(tab,file=HTMLoutput)
> cat("</td></table>",file=HTMLoutput, append=TRUE)
> browseURL(myfile)
>
>
> I had already though I should include a function like layout for plots,
> i will have a look at that when some time is available.
>
> Best,
>
> Eric
>
>
>
>
> 2007/12/6, Roberto Iacopetti <iacopetti_at_fastpiu.it>:

>>
>>
>> Dear list,
>> i have this problem:
>> how to pair a graphic.png and a table in R2HTML ?
>>
>> The better showing of a mutiple analysis is sometimes to mate graphic and
>> table
>>
>> Can anyone help me in this task ??
>>
>> In the example below graphisc and table are subsequent and not pair..
>>
>>
>> directory=getwd()
>> myfile<-file.path(directory,"testHTML.html")
>> HTMLoutput=file.path(directory,"testHTML.html")
>> graf="graf.png"
>> png(file.path(directory,graf))
>> plot(c(1:12))
>> dev.off()
>> tab<-as.matrix(c(1:12))
>> HTMLInsertGraph(graf,tab,file=HTMLoutput,caption="Esempio di grafico")
>> browseURL(myfile)
>>
>> Thanks in advance
>>
>> Roberto Iacopetti
>>
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