Re: [R] PowerPoint

From: rdporto1 <rdporto1_at_terra.com.br>
Date: Fri 23 Jun 2006 - 23:34:23 EST


Bernard,

there are some things that affect your graphs in MS Powerpoint like the formats you save and include them. You should consider test the various combinations. You should test the final presentation on the chosen presentation device 'cause there's some resolution variation there too.

I use to save a .jpg format since I can control and test some resolution levels and include as image.

For your main title, it's better you supply the group with some code in order we can help you more.

HTH, Rogerio Porto.

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Data: Fri, 23 Jun 2006 13:28:07 +0200 (CEST) Assunto: [R] PowerPoint

> Dear All,
>
> I am looking for the best way to use graphs from R (like xyplot, curve ...) for a presentation with powerpoint. I used to save my plot as pdf and after to copy them as image in powerpoint but the quality is not optimal by so doing.
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> Another completely independent question is the following: when I use "main" in the xyplot, the main title is very close to my plot, i.e. no ligne separate the main and the plot. I would like my title to be well distinguished from the plots.
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> I would be grateful for any improvements...
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> Many thanks,
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> Bernard,
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