[R] The best way to end up with WMF files
dunn at usq.edu.au
Thu Mar 20 00:56:48 CET 2003
I am doing some stats work for a group of biologists
who require windows metafiles (*.wmf) for their publications.
To create these, I appear to have two choices:
1. Restart my machine in Windows and use savePlot
2. Keep my machine in linux, save as another format,
I'd rather stay in linux; but how do I get wmf files? I looked
at using ImageMagick's convert, but it appears only to *read*
wmf files and not write them according to the help (not that
I could get it to read them when I tried... but that's another
And if I do create another format first and eventually end up with
a wmf, what is the best way to get there without loosing quality
on the way through the conversion(s)?
So my question is this: How can I end up with a wmf files using
linux, without sacrificing too much (any?) quality on the way?
I looked in the Mail archives and couldn't find anything useful.
Thanks as always,
Dr Peter Dunn (USQ CRICOS No. 00244B)
Email: dunn @ usq.edu.au
Opinions expressed are mine, not those of USQ. Obviously...
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