Re: [R] SVG format from any R graphic GUI?

From: Agustin Lobo <Agustin.Lobo_at_ija.csic.es>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 15:16:57 +0200

Thanks,
I know about saving to file via the graphic devices, and I do use the cairoSVG for example. But I'm looking for a minimum interactivity, such in the windows Gui where you resize your graphic and when you like it you click on "save as..." The problem is that you only have emf as vector option, and emf files are poorly imported by OO.

Agus

Stefan Grosse escribió:
> On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 13:20:35 +0200 Agustin Lobo wrote:
> AL>I have problems with emf files because OpenOffice does
> AL>a poor job at importing figures in this format. On the other
> AL>hand, imported eps figures are not displayed, just printed.
> AL>Is there any R graphic gui able to export as SVG (or
> AL>other vector format)? I've
> AL>tried JGR, iplots and svGUI.
>
> The figures format has nothing to do with the gui. It matters which
> devices are supported by your R platform on your system
> (Win/Linux/Mac?).
>
> A quick search on r-project.org pointed me to the Cairo package. Maybe
> you can try that.
>
> You will also have reasonable results using the png device/graphics.
>
> usually you do something like:
>
> png("myplot.png",width=500,height=500)
> plot(x,y)
> dev.off()
>
> hth
> Stefan
>
>

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