Re: R-beta: Problems with postscript
Wed, 27 May 1998 15:00:04 -0500 (CDT)

Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 15:00:04 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: Re: R-beta: Problems with postscript

ghostscript provides nice clean conversion of postscript.

Also useful is ImageMagick which will convert anything to anything, is very
user friendly, and is designed for image editing so you can get exactly the
image you want. However, because of compression methods of other formats and
their conversion, you may not get as high resolution as you will from a
postscript program using a postscript driver. Try:


> > Alvaro Colina <> writes:
> > 
> > > I've got the problem because of I can't use a PostScript printer. I
> > > can'tinsert a PostScript file in my word processor, I need insert
> > > another type of file (TIFF, JPG, GIF ...).
> > > If I print the PostScript file with Ghostview I haven't got problems,
> > > but I would like to use another format for the picture, transform the
> > > PostScript file to another format.
> > > I belive that it isn't a problem of R.
> > > I know it's my problem but I tougth that would be possible to find a
> > > function to write a different picture format.
> I use TeX+Postscript so I have really no experience. But, I have
> just tried to convert a ps figure (generated with R) to jpeg using
> Ghostscript. I simple use
> > gs -sDEVICE=jpeg -sOutputFile=col.jpeg
> The result, at least in my case (a color image), seems quite beatiful.
> I hope this can help.
> guido m.
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