[R] landscape plots
Prof Brian D Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Feb 24 14:28:23 CET 2000
On Thu, 24 Feb 2000, Chuck Cleland wrote:
> Is there a set of R expressions that has the same effect as the
> following set of S-Plus 2000 expressions:
> graphsheet(format="printer", orientation="landscape")
> plot(x1, y1)
> plot(x2, y2)
> plot(x3, y3)
> plot(x4, y4)
> dev.off() # one page of landscape plots sent to printer
> I am having trouble with formulating the equivalent of the first line of
> the above in R. I want a page of plots that is landscape and makes
> optimal use of a 8.5 by 11 inch piece of paper. I am using R 0.99.0 on
> Windows 98 SE and S-Plus 2000 on the same machine.
There is no direct way to do that, that I know of. You ought to be able to
use win.metafile with width=11, height=8.5 and print the result in
landscape, or win.print(width=11, height=8.5) and select landscape from the
printer selection box (if you get one: I did when I tried).
Exactly what happens is rather OS and printer-driver specific: I was using
a networked PostScript printer (Adobe driver) on NT4.
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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