ihaka at stat.auckland.ac.nz
Fri Mar 27 22:38:23 CET 1998
I think the function you want is "dev.print". It starts the
postscript device driver and then does a dev.copy of the
current picture to it. By default, the plot is saved in
"Rplots.ps", but you can change that as follows:
You can also specify other arguments to "postscript"
dev.print(file="pic.eps", height=3, width=4, pointsize=10)
I will be documenting this stuff, and writing a wysiwyg hardcopy
gadget as well.
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