[R] Successive Graphs
James W. MacDonald
jmacdon at med.umich.edu
Mon Sep 11 22:57:50 CEST 2006
Jeff Bricker wrote:
> There's probably a better way, but what I do in this situation is to
> capture output to a .pdf that I can page through.
There are two ways that might be considered better, if better implies
doing things from within R.
1.) At an R plot, type x11() to start a window, then under the History
menu item, click 'Recording'. Now do your plots, and you can go back and
forth through them using 'Page up' and 'Page down'.
2.) Set par(ask = TRUE), then submit your code. You will then have to
hit return to create each sucessive plot.
> pdf("c:/temp/myPlots.pdf",h=8.5,w=11) #this is "landscape" orientation
> plot(<your arguments here>)
> You could also run a loop to open a new windows() device for each
> plot, but that gets messy if you have lots of plots.
> On 9/11/06, Paternostro.Amy at epamail.epa.gov
> <Paternostro.Amy at epamail.epa.gov> wrote:
>>Hello! I have written an R script on a Windows platform where I
>>calculate eight result matrices I plot using matplot. I would like to
>>display the resulting plots successively, rather than simultaneously,
>>and I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as
>>to how to do this. The graphs pop up in this manner by default when I
>>run my script in S-PLUS, with tabs separating them so I can view each
>>graph at my leisure. However when I run my script in R, each graph pops
>>up only for a moment before it is replaced by the next until I am left
>>with only the plot of the eighth matrix at the end of the script. Thanks
>>in advance for your help!
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James W. MacDonald, M.S.
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