[R] High resolution figures for a paper?

From: zhijie zhang <epistat_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2008 23:12:57 +0800


Dear Rusers,
  My manuscript has been conditionally accepted recently. The problem to generate the high resolution figures in R for the manuscript cannot be solved by me.
The journal editor ask me to generate the figures with a minimum resolution of 500 dpi. I have tried the *menu-driven method* to save the figures as JPEG (100% printed quality), but the results seem not to be very good. I have submitted the generated figures twice using the above-mentioned method, but the Editor think the resolution is still very low.   Finally, i used the Photoshop to check the figure. It seems that its resolution for JPEG (100% printed quality) is about 72dpi.   *Does anybody know a better method to save a figure with user-defined resolution in R software, especially high resolution? Could u please show me an example if possible?*

 I hope to save the figures as TIFF/JPEG format at 1000 dpi.  Thanks a lot.

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With Kind Regards,

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