R-beta: postscript in S
Helgi Tomasson
helgito at hag.hi.is
Sun Apr 26 23:30:29 CEST 1998
> On Sat, 25 Apr 1998, Helgi Tomasson wrote:
> > I am creating postscript-graphics in R. When I import them into
> > a LATEX document it is impossible to get the caption close
> > to the figure. I run the same program in Splus, and no problem
> > of getting the caption just below the figure. Another thing,
> > the ps file that S created is only 10% of the size of the file
> > that R created. What is wrong? Are there some parameters to
> > be set?
>
> I haven't noticed this problem with figures from R in LaTeX. Which version
> of R is it, and do you have a specific example?
>
These innocent looking lines:
postscript(file="cusum1.ps",horizontal=T)
nn <- 1:15698
cumefri <- 0.948*(15698^0.5+2*nn/15698^0.5)
cumeps <- cumsum(eps)
cumedrif <- cumsum(epsdrif)
plot(cumeps,ylim=range(cumeps),xlab="Observation number",
ylab="cusum",type='l',lty=1)
legend(1000,650,"no drift",lty=1,bty="n")
par(new=T)
plot(cumedrif,ylim=range(cumeps),xlab="",ylab="",type='l',lty=2)
legend(1000,500,"drift",lty=2,bty="n")
par(new=T)
plot(cumefri,ylim=range(cumeps),xlab="",ylab="",type='l',lty=3)
legend(1000,350,"95% limit",lty=3,bty="n")
generated 753155 Apr 25 19:57 cusum1.ps
in R but
63586 Apr 25 20:50 cusum1.ps
in S
The result look similar on paper, but I find it hard to get
a caption or text close to the R-figure in a Latex document.
Any clue? PS the S is on HP-ux, R is on Linux Redhat 4.2.
Sincerely yours
Helgi
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