[R] R syntax, space smaller than space

From: Torsten Wiebke <twiebke_at_arcor.de>
Date: Mon, 19 May 2008 13:48:47 +0200

I changed something in the package "climatol" especially in the function "diagwl". Dos anybody know where I can put the code in the Internet to discuss it?
I made from "C" for gradcelsius "°C" with:  unit <- list(
  temp = expression (paste(#"T ",

 mtext(unit$temp ,2,col=tcol,las=1,line=3,adj=0,at=55)  mtext(paste(round(mean(tm*10))/10, ' °', "C ",round(sum(p))," mm",sep="")

But "mtext(paste(round(mean(tm*10))/10, ' °', "C ",round(sum(p))," mm",sep="")" makes the ° and the C very short together. There is no space. How can I fill a space in there which is smaller as a normal space?

Also I made more transparency in the colours with: sfcol= rgb(0, 0, 0,alpha =0.2)
Is there a possibility to safe the diagram as *png (because of the transparancy) ?

How can I made the line for the precipitation thicker?


Torsten Wiebke

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