R-beta: Latex and R

Peter Dalgaard BSA p.dalgaard at kubism.ku.dk
Wed Nov 5 15:58:06 CET 1997

bensmail <bensmail at rulfsw.fsw.LeidenUniv.nl> writes:

> This question might be already discussed before, I apologize
> if it is the case.
> Simple... how can I do to include a figure in a latex document.
> As I have already done in Splus, I tried this:
> \begin{figure}
> \special{psfile=gauss.ps .......}
> \end{figure}
> but it didn't work. Any help?

I've been using (Latex2e)

    \caption{Et standardplot}

with h-w.ps created by save.plot() Remember to start with
x11(orientation='portrait'), or you get (some of?) the plots rotated.

(I don't know what the  \leavevmode is good for, AUCTeX inserts it
when I do 'C-c C-e figure')

> PS: I let down the Mac and the MS Window platforms and I am back
> to my beloved Sun machine to run R, what a relief! ;-)

Wait till you try it on Linux...

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