[R] Re: your mail

Prof Brian Ripley ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu May 31 17:22:34 CEST 2001

On Thu, 31 May 2001, Frias, Jesus wrote:

> Hi R-helpers!
> 	I have a problem with the xfig device and I don't know how to
> tackle. If anybody can give me some help I will be very thankful:
> 	*I have produced a series of figures using a function that
> makes a  call to barplot (in fact I am making Pareto Charts using
> a function that was kindly provided through this list :-)
> 	*I have exported the figures to xfig in order to give them
> a final touch.
> Then the problem is like this:
> 	*When I look in detail to the bars in xfig I can see
> that the lower part of the polygon closing each of the bars is not
> present.
> 	*When I try then exporting the figure to any other format,
> the bars turn to filled triangles.
> 	I have seen a similar problem previously in the mailing list,
> but I haven't find any way to correct this problem to the figures that
> are already done...
> I am runing R 1.3.0 in a Linux box and xfig (3.2).

That's not yet released.  Which version are you really running?
Can you give us an example to investigate?

Brian D. Ripley,                  ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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