Re: [R] how to plot image() without painting a map (the background)

From: Ptit_Bleu <ptit_bleu_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 00:26:35 -0800 (PST)

Hello,

In fact I would like to make something like a "movie" : to keep the map as background and to display successively the temperatures pictures.

At the moment I create the picture of the temperature with R from latitude, longitude, temperature data. I read that it can be done with image() so I used this method.

So if I want to use your methods, I have to convert the picture created with image() into a jpg (or an other format) picture. Am I right ? If yes, what is the best way to perform this conversion ?

Thanks for your help,
Ptit Bleu.

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