Re: [R] oodraw command line usage

From: Rick Bilonick <bilonickra_at_upmc.edu>
Date: Tue 08 Aug 2006 - 13:57:20 EST

Please ignore this - it was sent to the wrong list by mistake.

Rick B.

On Mon, 2006-08-07 at 23:23 -0400, Rick Bilonick wrote:
> I use R to create .eps graphics and then use oodraw to convert them
> to .emf versions. (One reason I do this is that OOo tends to
> re-size .eps files and I haven't found a way to stop it or change it
> once the graph is resized. .emf files are not distorted by OOo -
> fortunately.) I use a command like:
>
> > oodraw filename.eps &

>
> The gui opens and then I select .emf and do an export. I haven't found a
> way to eliminate the gui and do everything from the command line. Is
> this possible? I need to convert a large number of files and it would be
> convenient to do it all from the command line. (I also note that I
> sometimes get warning messages that OOo can't create .emf files - but
> there is never a problem creating the .emf files.) I'm using the latest
> version of OOo. I've looked at the arguments for oodraw and I don't see
> any way to specify that I want a .emf file as an output.
>
> Rick B.
>
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