[R] problems with submitting an eps-file created in R
murdoch at stats.uwo.ca
Fri Jul 22 16:37:30 CEST 2005
On 7/22/2005 10:26 AM, Christian Bieli wrote:
> Dear all
> I've got some problems submitting a manuscript, because I can't manage
> creating the favourable eps-file of a graph created in R. The journal's
> graphic requirements are as followed:
> format: eps
> width: max. 6 inches
> resolution: min. 1000 dpi
> supported fonts: Arial, Courier, Helvetica, Symbol, Times, Charcoal,
> Chicago, Geneva, Georgia, Monaco, Zapf, New York
> Itried to ways of getting appropriate file:
> 1.Creating eps-file in R by drawing into a x11-device and then:
> /dev.copy2eps(file = "file.eps", onefile = TRUE, paper = "a4", family =
> "Helvetica", pointsize=1, print.it = FALSE, fonts = "Helvetica")
> /2. Generating a postscript-file in R with /
> //postscript(file = "file.ps", onefile = TRUE, paper = "a4", family =
> "Helvetica", width = 6, height = 2.2, pointsize=1, print.it = FALSE,
> fonts = "Helvetica")/
> an trying to convert it in ghostview.
The ?postscript man page suggests using onefile = FALSE to get an EPSF
header directly. It also suggests paper="special", and horizontal=FALSE.
If that doesn't work, you'll have to ask whoever wrote the quality
checking program what they're looking for.
> Neither approach brought the favoured result. The error message I got
> from the quality checking program was :
> Warning: Document is Missing Non-Standard Font
> One or more non-standard fonts used in this image is not embedded. Standard fonts are: Arial, Courier, Helvetica, Symbol, Times, Charcoal, Chicago, Geneva, Georgia, Monaco, Zapf, New York.
> In order to repair this problem, save your document with fonts embedded.
> Error: Missing Fonts
> One or more linked or used fonts cannot be found. This is caused by DigitalExpert not being able to locate fonts on your system. All fonts used in the document must be active or have a defined and valid path so that DigitalExpert can find them.
> The only way to repair this problem is to make the fonts available to DigitalExpert, and then reprocess the files. In order to make fonts active, either activate them using a font management program, or move them into the system:fonts folder.
> 1. Obviously there's a font problem. Helvetica IS installed in my OS
> (windows 2000). Why "DigitalExpert" does not recognize the "Helvetica"
> font as a standard font? I thought the fonts option would embed the
> specified font in the file. Am I right or is there another way to embed
> 2. Is there a way to set up the resolution of the created ps/eps-file in
> R (until now I did the settings in ghostview)?
> 3. I did not find particulars about the pointsize option. What is the
> effect of changing the pointsize value?
> With best regards
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