pwhiting at fury.ittc.ukans.edu
Mon Apr 26 03:57:05 CEST 1999
Bump tex's memory up a tad:
first - find the texmf.cnf file (use kpsewhich if you have it:)
$ vi `kpsewhich texmf.cnf`
find the lines that deal with main memory. You can get a clue as
to what needs the bump by looking in the log after trying tex.
I would bump both the "main_memory" line and the "extra_mem_bot"
After you have finished editing the file, run "texconfig init" and
you should be good to go.
On Sun, Apr 25, 1999 at 07:11:23AM -0700, Orlando San Martin wrote:
> Hi, I am very new to R and trying to bring my plot of residuals to my
> LaTex document, and seems as I need some help.
> I first tried the example from the help file, e.g.
> pictex(file="model1.tex", width=5, height=4)
> plot(1:11,(-5:5)^2, type='b', main="Simple Example Plot")
> this worked fine in LaTex when I did :
> However, with my residuals plot, which looks like :
> plot(fitted(model1),resid(model1),xlab="Fitted values",
> ylab="Residuals", main="Residuals vs Fitted")
> I can see OK the generated plot in my Xwindow, but LaTex complains that
> requires more memory. I am not a LaTex expert either, so I wonder if it
> REALLY needs more memory or I should use some other more efficient way
> of doing it in R, for instance instead of pictex ??.
> I'll appreciate your feedback.
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